Resources

Autism support

Schools are being offered access to an extensive range of free autism resources as well as expert advice. Launched by the National Autistic Society (NAS) last month, the initiative offers resources catering for learners from nursery through to secondary.


Working effectively with governing bodies

Governing boards should publish and sign-up to a code of conduct committing to the seven principles of public life. The advice comes as part of a joint statement that has been published to help headteachers and governing boards to work together effectively.


Magic does the trick for classroom confidence

Sponsored

Established in 2008, Magic Skills For Schools is a high-quality developmental programme for children in Years 4, 5 & 6. The programme was designed by Robert Newgrosh who is an award-winning trainer and performing magician.



Crowden Outdoor Education Centre

Sponsored

Situated in the Longdendale Valley, Crowden OEC provides a high-quality outdoor education experience in an area of natural beauty within the Peak District National Park.


Manage staff performance, improve teaching standards and direct CPD

Sponsored

After working with schools on their appraisal and performance management for over 15 years, Educate developed Standards Tracker, an online school staff performance management system that ensures staff are supported in their professional development and are held accountable for their performance.


School improvement

Sponsored

Bluewave Education is the leading school improvement partner – giving teachers and leaders the solutions to reach their highest potential, while giving back time and peace of mind for a healthy work/life balance.


Helping you to achieve Outstanding

Sponsored

Minworth Infant and Junior School was in need of significant improvement when Prospects Improve was appointed to support the school in order to improve teaching and learning.


Life after levels seminars

A series of Life after Levels seminars are being hosted by the National Association of Head Teachers and Frog Education.


Magna Carta

Every primary school in Britain is to receive a souvenir copy of Magna Carta and a timeline wallchart.


Send My Friend

In 2000, world leaders pledged a universal primary education by 2015, but 58 million children are still out of school worldwide, with girls and those in conflict zones hardest hit.


Water challenges

The Water Explorer project is hoping to engage more than 10,000 young people from 11 different countries.


Teacher Support Network

The Teacher Support Network is to merge with its sister charities Recourse and Worklife Support. The new organisation will support all people working in schools, colleges and universities.


Fitness resource

Many primary pupils are below recommended levels of fitness for their age, a study has found.







Film resource: Britain's Greatest Generation

A new project is encouraging children to explore and commemorate local history by recording interviews with members of the war-time generation and combining the footage with archive clips to create their own short documentaries


Research, review and repeat...

Knowing where to start when creating a research-engaged school is difficult. Getting an understanding of what's involved and recognising where you are on the journey is crucial. Caroline Fisher advises


Framework for Governance

A new Framework for Governance is offering advice and support for governing bodies when it comes to setting the strategic direction of their schools.


Send My Friend campaign

The new Send My Friend to School campaign has launched with the usual resources available for key stages 1 to 4.


Inspirational buildings for education

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The Stable Company offers a superb range of stylish and sustainable outdoor buildings for any educational need such as classrooms, gymnasiums, sports halls, libraries, staff rooms and storage


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