Why is talk important for pupils’ learning? | Talk Education Partnership

Mostly what I understand of the importance of talking at school, like for us for the children it helps us to bring out our views, the challenges we face at school, and as we talk we talk to our teachers and they also they feel pain when we tell them and they also help us […]

Leeds pupils record Half MetroDay radio ad

Five lucky pupils from Brodetsky primary school in Leeds became radio stars for the day when Metro signed them up to write and perform the new jingle that will feature in a radio campaign 0:00:18.420,0:00:25.420 to promote the brand new Half Metroday ticket for young people The pupils, who were runners up in the recent […]

Mark Sims on assessing EAL pupils

One question I am frequently asked by teachers when I visit schools or speak at conferences: ‘Which is the best method of assessing EAL learners?’ Well, the simple answer is that Ofsted doesn’t have a preferred assessment style for any school level assessment and the same is true for EAL. There are a number of […]

Schools advice from a pupil in Scotland: “They take bullying very seriously”

My advice would be if you’re getting bullied, go talk to a teacher. If you can’t then talk to your mum and dad about it. If they don’t help then you can always go to the police. They take bullying very seriously.

Pupil’s views about environmental school in Finland

”Our school is located along the scenic road, in a beautiful location. The beach is about 100 meters away. In the early autumn and late spring we go swimming by bike and on foot. We eat organic and local food at school. We often go to a berry farm picking corn and peas. In winter, […]

Pupil Premium

For far too long, the greatest predictor of how well you will do at school has been your parents’ income. Now that’s simply not good enough. Every child deserves a chance, they deserve a chance to be the best that they can be and that’s why the Government is introducing a pupil premium. It’s been […]

Ysgol O.M. Edwards school – Disgyblion / Pupils

Disgyblion – Ysgol O.M Edwards – Addysgu Cymru ‘Da ni’n meddwl bod y gwersi yn andros o ddiddorol achos ‘da ni’n cael dewis beth ‘da ni’n dysgu am ac os ‘da ni isio dysgu fwy medrwn ni ofyn i Mr Tudor amdan fwy o atebion. ‘Da ni’n sgwennu beth ‘da ni’n gwybod yn barod amdano […]

First Pictured: Physics teacher Eleanor Wilson who had sex with pupil in plane toilet.

First Pictured: Physics teacher Eleanor Wilson who had sex with pupil in plane toilet. This is the face of a physics teacher who had sex with a student in a plane toilet during a school trip. Eleanor Wilson, 28, who worked at a school in Bristol, engaged in drunken sexual activity with the pupil while […]

Ophthalmology – Red Eye: By Stephanie Baxter M.D.

A red eye can be caused from pathology in one of four places: The conjunctiva The cornea The extra-ocular structures; or The intraocular structures A worrisome sign that a red eye is caused by a serious intraocular cause is the presence of peri-limbal injection – otherwise known as a ciliary flush. This is a clinical […]

Love Where You Live 2012 – Pupils — Bryn Celynnog Comprehensive School

Lucy Wiggin, Joel Dowsett, Nathan Williams and Scott Gibbs make up the four R’s team – Rethink, Reduce, Reuse and Recycle – at Bryn Celynnog Comprehensive School in Beddau. The school started a pilot scheme in 2010 which enabled students that don’t have access to academic routes, the opportunity to gain skills in more practical […]