EBACC SURVEY-REAL CONCERNS AMONG HEADS
The Message- EBacc curriculum is not appropriate for all
Following the announcement by Nick Gibb MP , the minister of state for school reform, on 11 June, that the government was committed to honouring its manifesto pledge to require pupils to study the EBacc, SSAT (the Schools, Students and Teachers Network) – the country’s largest schools’ membership network, launched a survey for school leaders. 448 more words
I am delighted to host a guest blog post by Susanna Brazauskas, a second generation Lithuanian, whose parents both came to Britain on the European Volunteer Worker Schemes in 1946-47, and who later re-emigrated to Canada after the labour restrictions were lifted in 1951. 1,484 more words
This is the concluding post about the collection of 18th century receipts – or trade bills – at the Fitzwilliam Museum that were issued to one family, the Blathwayts, who lived on Golden Square in the City of Westminster for twenty years from 1767. 661 more words
A guest post from Dr Vera Lukashchuk, a research associate from the Sheffield Institute of Translational Neuroscience.
If you have ever felt like you are not using your time effectively, that you are not progressing in your job as fast as you wish to, and that you may be ignoring the importance of the work/life balance, then read on… 590 more words