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What does ‘levelling up’ mean for your school?

The release of the Governments ‘Levelling Up’ white paper, comes with a number of references to schools and colleges. Find out what this means for your school with a breakdown summary of the relevant levelling up "missions".

SATs 2022: What you need to know

To help alleviate anxiety about the return of KS2 SATs, we have collated the information given about the SATs into a concise summary.

Teaching, Learning and Innovation - in partnership with Enfield Professional Learning

In partnership with Enfield Professional Learning, we are delighted to announce an exciting Teaching, Learning and Innovation CPD opportunity for primary teachers and leaders.

What does a good one look like? Ofsted explains what they actually want for teaching and learning

A new Ofsted blog is out, explaining their findings from three months of history subject inspections at outstanding primary schools. The blog affirms the curriculum approach that TT Education has been supporting schools to implement - you can find out more in our Raising Attainment in Primary History course - but I’m excited to explore how we can apply the ideas into other subjects, and to curriculum design more widely.

Walking the PSHE Tightrope

How to meet the new requirements for Health and Relationships Education without alienating parents.

Intent, Implementation and Impact: how does your school's curriculum score on the three ‘I’s?

James Lewis considers Ofsted’s proposals for “broad and balanced” curriculum provision. Out with the three 'Rs" and in with the three "Is" - Intent, Implementation and Impact.

Learning Grammar, or Grammar for Learning?

James Lewis explores how teaching grammar contextually brings it alive, gives it purpose, and makes it much more accessible for pupils.

Celebrating the Foundations: Cross-curricular learning in the primary classroom

Cross-curricular learning has become something of an orthodoxy in the primary sector, but James Lewis wonders if it might limit our children’s life-chances when we don’t do it well.

Wellbeing in schools: "Wellbeing" or "Welldoing"?

Wellbeing is an issue for children, staff and for leaders across the country, and in every kind of school. We need to take control of the situation if we are going to improve wellbeing, says James Lewis, because nothing will happen without brave leadership and proactive teachers.

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