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Creative classroom blogging
Creative classroom blogging

Read this recent article in the 'Guardian' about some very creative work which is being carried out within a special school, using 'blogging' as a  way to showcase students' work.

Pupils work harder for male teachers
Pupils work harder for male teachers

A recent study published by the Department for Education (DfE), suggests that male teachers are judged by their pupils to be more fair than their female colleagues, as well as being better at improving pupils' self-esteem. The report...

Compulsory citizenship could be scrapped
Compulsory citizenship could be scrapped

A review of school timetables later this year could lead to a scrapping of citizenship as a compulsory taught subject. An article from the 'telegraph' newspaper highlights this possibility and considers how such a move would seem to clash with...

Do the Black History Month Quiz!
Do the Black History Month Quiz!

Do you know how many medals for bravery were won by Caribbean soldiers during the First World War?

Did you know that Walter Tull - a Black professional footballer for Tottenham Hotspur - died in the first Battle of the Somme in 1916? He was...

ADHD genetic link
ADHD genetic link

Recent research from Cardiff University has found some evidence that ADHD could be linked to a genetic disorder. The research has grouped ADHD alongside autism and other brain disorders. Although at an early stage, these developments could...

Free films!
Free films!

Film Education's National Schools Film Week runs from the 14th to the 22nd of October. To book free seats online visit the web-site.

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