School leaders gather for NAHT Early Years and Primary Conferences

School leaders will be gathering on 10 and 11 November for NAHT’s virtual Early Years and Primary Conferences to reflect on “the bright side and the joy of education”. The programmes for the two events will be focusing on some of the educational positives that have emerged through the recent testing

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

Liverpool primary school puts pupil wellbeing first

A Liverpool primary school is leading the way in supporting pupils’ mental health and wellbeing during the pandemic, using digital technology. Broadgreen Primary School in Oakhill Road, Old Swan was one of the first schools in the country to sign up to Discovery Education Health and Relationships – a new digital