The Virtual School

The pandemic brought devastation and disruption across the world and with it, businesses and educational institutions were forced to bring everything online with virtual schools. With just two days’ notice, schools, colleges and universities were told they must go from traditional face-to-face learning to remote education – something that was

Oxford University Press launches consultation on new school curriculum

Oxford University Press (OUP) has launched a consultation for teachers to share their views on an innovative new curriculum. The 11-16 Oxford Smart Curriculum will be aligned with the National Curriculum and will be available to all UK secondary schools and multi academy trusts. It is the first time that curriculum

The new Model Music Curriculum has real strengths

By Chris Cobb, CEO, ABRSM The Department for Education’s (DfE) launch last month of a new Model Music Curriculum was an important public acknowledgement of the vital contribution that arts subjects make to the education and prospects of children today. It is also a vital step towards stemming the very significant decline

Vanishing Act

Are some subjects being squeezed out of the curriculum? It’s the summer term and while for many school children that means sports day, school trips and summer performances, for those in the midst of the GCSEs and A-levels it means revision, exams and taking the first step towards their careers. But