This week is Children’s Mental Health Week and the theme this year is ‘My Voice Matters’. Three mental health leads share how their schools are enabling pupil voice within their wider whole school and college approach to mental health and wellbeing.
Oliver Brotherhood, Curriculum Lead for Computing and Computer Science at Penrice Academy, discusses the importance of adopting a whole-school approach to addressing gender imbalance in computer science.
Hall Mead School in Havering have been using small group tutoring through the National Tutoring Programme (NTP), and it’s proven to be effective in boosting pupils’ preparedness for exams.
Polly Ross, Headteacher at Shefford Lower school explains how the Behaviour Hubs programme helped improve behaviour at their school.
Emily Crow, deputy director at London South Teaching School Hub, shares Charles Dickens’ approach to flexible working and her experience of the benefits it has brought to the school community.
In this blog, a teacher, tutor and pupil from Nottingham Emmanuel School explain how they’ve seen tutoring improve attendance.
In these 3 blogs, school leaders explain how they use pupil premium funding to improve the educational outcomes of disadvantaged pupils in their schools.
Richard Prime, the headteacher at Dame Elizabeth Cadbury School, explains the 6 steps schools can take to help ensure fantastic attendance on Fridays and during final weeks of term.
Award-Winning Julie Deville, CEO of Extol Academy Trust, talks about her career and shares some top tips for fellow school leaders.
Read about how schools have been sharing daily attendance data with DfE and making use of the Monitor Your School Attendance (MYSA) service - a free, secure tool that helps them visualise the data and monitor, manage and improve pupil attendance.
For Artsmark Celebration Week we’re shining a light on the amazing work of schools who’ve received Artsmark accreditation for their commitment to arts and cultural education. Emily Reid, assistant headteacher at St. Bernard’s School in Cheshire, shares details on the Artsmark journeys of schools across Ellesmere Port.