Kate Robinson: Creating a future for us all

Liverpool-born Sir Ken Robinson will forever be an influential figure in education. His TEDTalk ‘Do schools kill creativity?’ from 2006 is the most watched online with more than 66 million views. He championed creativity and stressed that the education system needs to cultivate creativity and divergent thinking rather than being focused on

One million tutoring courses delivered to help children catch up

One million courses have been started by children across the country through the National Tutoring Programme, the Education Secretary, Nadhim Zahawi has announced.  Speaking at the Association of School and College Leaders (ASCL) conference in Birmingham, the Education Secretary announced the milestone alongside measures to further boost the number of children

Extra support to safeguard political impartiality in schools

New guidance to support teachers in tackling sensitive issues in the classroom in a politically impartial way has been published by the government.  Teaching about political issues and the differing views on these is an essential part of the curriculum, helping pupils to form their own opinions and prepare them for