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What's the problem with maths?

I know, I know, it’s so cliché. Another Chinese nerd banging on about boring maths. Believe me; I have fought hard to escape this stereotype. Banker and I didn’t get off to a good start as when we first met as students he guessed that I was a maths student. 2,024 more words

Child Development

Bead seed teed nede

Darling, please read this…

Bead seed teed nede
Life bife righf py
Jool gewl pewl lew
Gait cay paik pafe

A ha…a comment on rhyme perhaps? 221 more words

Children

As the dust settles on the new curriculum

This article originally appeared in the 6 November edition of Headteacher Update

Any readers who spent their summer holiday trying to fine-tune curriculum plans by the poolside, fess up now. 745 more words

Key Insights

We remembered them in North Lincolnshire

“When You Go Home, Tell Them Of Us And Say, For Their Tomorrow, We Gave Our Today”

Schools in North Lincolnshire have been involved in some poignant Remembrance Day events this week. 320 more words

Life after levels: our most popular answers on the new curriculum and assessment without levels

With the introduction of the new National Curriculum and the removal of levels, we’ve seen sustained interest in these topics from members of The Key for School Leaders.  205 more words

Key Trends

There's more to education than spelling and numbers

from Associate Professor Sue Roffey

Headlines in newspapers on a recent Monday morning said much of the curriculum review that has been welcomed across Australia. The removal of the four “general capabilities” from the curriculum is a travesty many are yet to recognise. 628 more words

Directions In Education

Teachers discuss the impact of Michael Gove's reforms to the National Curriculum

In April, 2013, more than 2000 teachers put their names to a petition against the reforms to the curriculum announced by Michael Gove in September 2013. 1,170 more words

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