Five habits to adopt to become a great leader

11th November 2019

Some believe great leaders are born, and some believe they are made. Wherever you stand in that great debate, Christabel Khumalo believes that these five habits will work for all types of leaders CREDIT: This is an edited [read more]

NEU launches Super Saturdays

11th November 2019

During the general election the National Education Union will be holding a series of Super Saturday events explaining the facts about education funding The first two are in Chipping Barnet and Kensington. Chipping Barnet Leafletting [read more]

NEU publishes underfunding school ‘league table’

9th November 2019

The National Education Union has published a ‘league table’ of underfunding for schools, showing what is at stake constituency-by-constituency in this general election The league table underscores the “deep damage” being done to England’s schools. [read more]

ASCL comments on EPI further education report

8th November 2019

The Association of School and College Leaders have commented on A new report from the Education Policy Institute (EPI) which examines the life outcomes of students studying vocational qualifications The report found that around half [read more]

The future of school exams

8th November 2019

With education experts and politicians continually questioning whether school exams remain fit-for-purpose, what does the future hold for them? Whether or not school exams are fit-for-purpose for the modern pupil is a topic that continues [read more]

Marketing your school to improve recruitment

7th November 2019

Justin Smith, of Chameleon Training and Consultancy, explains how strong marketing can make all the difference when it comes to recruiting for your school With the huge recruitment challenges currently facing schools it is more [read more]

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