How a child with Special Educational Needs can thrive

How a child with Special Educational Needs can thrive in a supportive environment

Absolutely Education talks to Cavendish Education about how a child with Special Educational Needs can thrive during school

teaching factual knowledge

In defence of traditional teaching methods

Andrew Copeman, on memory game. Why it still matters to teach factual knowledge.

Mercers’ Lecture

Dauntsey’s School Announces 19/20 Line-Up for Mercers’ Lecture Series

Dauntsey’s has announced another impressive line-up of speakers for the 2019/20 programme of its renowned Mercers’ Lecture series.

revision guide

Queen Anne’s School reveal their new revision guide

After 5 years, Queen Anne’s School have produced a revision guide based on neuroscientific evidence relating to how teenage brains work best.

Personal Project

Independent Learning: What is the Personal Project and how does it differ from GCSE coursework?

Avan Mahmood from the Southbank International School explains the Personal Project and how it differs from GCSE coursework.

KING EDWARD’S WITLEY

King Edward’s Witley continues to invest in specialist career guidance

Moira Davies graduated with a Law degree from the University of Kent and qualified as a solicitor working at a top 10 legal firm in London.

Kings Monkton

Pupils from Kings Monkton School debate with New Delhi peers

“Trump’s wall to divide nations ... is not the answer to developing more integrated communities”, a Cardiff pupil has said to a Delhi student.

Blackheath High

Blackheath High Student’s GCSE Art selected for the Royal Academy

Student of Blackheath High School, Mia Dyson, GCSE Art exam has been selected to be displayed at the Royal Academy of Arts this summer.

SEN expert

Special Educational Needs expert Bernadette John on SEN

Bernadette John, a SEN expert talks about what to do if you are concerned that your child has Special Educational Needs.

learning foreign languages

What can be done to make learning foreign languages more attractive to students?

The number of students learning foreign languages has dropped to its lowest level yet. The answer to that it a private tutor.