New ways of working and moving forward

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The past few months have been challenging for everyone and have changed the way many people are working. The team at School Improvement Liverpool (SIL) talk to Educate about their new ways of working, challenges they have encountered and how they are moving forward.

Sue Killen from the Primary ...

The Future of Learning – a revolution in education

by Hannah Fowler

One-way corridors, handwashing stations and ‘bubbles’ will all be the new normal as schools, colleges and universities look to reopen after five months of closures. But the pandemic has also transformed the way students learn and how educators teach - moving away from physical classrooms to ...

Hitting the ground running – a new academic year

“What a year it has been.” We guarantee you have thought or said something along those lines even though the year isn’t anywhere nearly over. For the education sector, we now enter a new academic year which is usually seen as a fresh start, but instead of looking forward, ...

T-levels – The next level qualification

by Hannah Fowler

After years of demanding study and hard work, students can finally celebrate finishing their GCSEs. But what level next? Students in England have to stay in education until they are 18, either going on to college, sixth form, an apprenticeship or studying part-time while volunteering or ...