I am a terrible eavesdropper. I have to warn you. Two weeks ago, I referred to an overheard conversation in the queue of JD Sports, and this week I want to start with a conversation my wagging ears… Read More
Silence in the corridor! Is this really the way to create the emotionally intelligent problem solvers of the future?
I didn’t enjoy school. I found it a stressful, threatening environment. Every weekday morning, I woke to a lurch in my stomach. I only came into my own during the sixth-form, but even so, a memory comes to… Read More
Emily Gopaul is an artist, author and art educator and will be writing for Rescue Our Schools on the subject of creativity and the visual arts in schools. Look out for her blog, Teacher Voice, on our website… Read More
A Parent’s Dilemma: The Fork or the Sunbeam. How do we protect our children’s happiness in the current assessment culture?
‘I didn’t turn up, fam. Didn’t do it…sixth time I haven’t done it.’ I overheard this while queuing in my local JD Sport – a recent habit demanded of my parental status. I’d guess the speaker was nineteen-years-old…. Read More
Some 100 teachers, heads, parents, business and community leaders gathered at Manchester University to kick off the Big Education Conversation last week. The aim of BEC is to get everyone – students, grandmothers, business people, you name it… Read More
We don’t ask you to join many petitions, but we think this one is really worth signing up for. https://you.38degrees.org.uk/petitions/halt-the-eyfs-review-until-a-panel-with-true-eys-experts-only-is-convened
Here is a great article written by Emily Gopaul about a subject very close to our hearts. Read the article here: To foster a love of art in children, we must teach it at primary school