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Primary assessment – the good, the bad and the ugly

14 Sep

Primary assessment – the good, the bad and the ugly

The DfE has outlined far-reaching plans for primary assessment and accountability.

The inequalities of ‘Equal’ Pay Reviews

28 Jul

The inequalities of ‘Equal’ Pay Reviews

The impact of TAs and other classroom support staff is immeasurable, but TAs are feeling undervalued and unappreciated.

Making the connection with computers and technology in schools

18 Sep

Making the connection with computers and technology in schools

OECD report “Students, Computers and Learning: Making The Connection”

“There is no workload crisis”?!

30 Apr

“There is no workload crisis”?!

Response to John Blake’s TES article “There is no workload crisis – just politics” by Professional Officer Martin Hodge, a former secondary school teacher and head of department.

ICT becomes Computing

11 Dec

ICT becomes Computing

The new computing curriculum for England and what it means for primary teachers by Martin Hodge, Professional Officer (Education).