Tuesday 23 May, 2017
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Children in 20,000 schools across the UK are being invited by Sir Richard Branson to share how technology is supporting their learning and helping to shape futures.

Tony Parkin

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So last Wednesday was the official No Pens Wednesday’, a joyous occasion which I’m sure was successfully celebrated in schools up and down the land, though I’m equally sure it passed many others by completely.

The recruitment and retention crisis that seems to be plaguing the teaching profession has seen many new and many already established teachers leaving a...

Tony Parkin switches his attention to post-16 education, and the future of apprenticeships over the next few years. If you use the word 'apprentice' in...

An article popped up on the BBC News Website a few days ago, commenting on the success (or lack thereof) of charter schools and...

Exams can be life changing, not just for those going to university. Think about the driving test. It can make it easier to travel...

Sal McKeown is a writer and freelance journalist specialising in education. Sal has taught in schools andcolleges, supporting students with the full range of learning...
Sal McKeown

Sal McKeown

Sal McKeown
is a writer and freelance journalist specialising in education. Sal has taught in schools and colleges, supporting students with the full range of learning needs from sensory disabilities to mental health issues and autism, but is probably best known for her work on dyslexia. Here, Sal writes her very first blog for bee-it...

Over the last few weeks we’ve been looking at the resources available for primary schools which can help implement the new computer science curriculum...
Sal McKeown

Sal McKeown

Sal McKeown is a writer and freelance journalist specialising in education. Sal has taught in schools and colleges, supporting students with the full range of learning needs from sensory disabilities to mental health issues and autism, but is probably best known for her work on dyslexia. Here, Sal continues her monthly blog series for bee-it...