Chess in the classroom

Chess is a low-risk and low-cost route to creativity, cross-curricular learning and attainment according to deputy headteacher Elizabeth Scott, who has been trialling it at her primary school in South Wales

Editorial Comment: Falling into the gaps?

The renewed focus on issues of school exclusion and off-rolling is welcome. Anna Feuchtwang says that the time has come for schools and policy-makers to reflect on why the exclusions system seems to be going off the rails...
Best Practice

GDPR: One year on...

GDPR recently celebrated its first anniversary, but there is still confusion in schools about data ...

Resources

Family alcohol misuse

A learning programme to support children who are affected by parental alcohol misuse has been ...

Knowledge Bank

Excellence in SEN

Welcome to Headteacher Update’s 2018 SEN supplement. All teachers are teachers of pupils with SEN ...

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