Organising Yourself and Your School for the New Year
It’s a brand new year, and it’s time to start thinking about new year’s resolutions. Amongst the usual commitments to eat less chocolate, exercise more often, and to finally finish your long-term project, consider adding an organisational spring clean. Thanks […]
Does Primary Baseline Assessment Benefit Children?
Is it right to assess four- to five-year-olds? The proposed baseline assessment test will only be sat for a few minutes, but the impact of these tests could be more wide-reaching.
Promoting Football in Schools Without a Budget
Health and wellbeing is a key issue in today’s schools, and its importance is supported by a wealth of pedagogical publications. Schools are turning towards health and wellbeing programmes to help them boost attainment and students’ grades, but without the […]
A Student’s Perspective on Setting Homework and Marking Tips
Today’s blog was written by Chris Walsh, a Year 12 student visiting the SPC offices on work experience. He’s presented some interesting and helpful points on setting and marking homework. The debate over whether or not homework is useful […]