Our Head of Product, Hilary Fine, analyses the findings of our Children’s Wellbeing study, and explains why indicators of pupils in difficulty are not always obvious
KS3 can offer so much more than GCSE exam prep – it’s where our pupils should gain a solid foundation for learning, writes our Chief Executive, Greg Watson.
YouGov poll reveals teachers’ and parents’ damning views on the narrowed curriculum in schools today
One in ten international school students have attitudinal roadblocks to learning, a new study has found. Absolutely Education finds out why - and what we can do to tackle it.
The link between wellbeing, pupil health and student performance is no longer challenged. But we still make too many assumptions about who might be vulnerable, writes a leading assessment expert.
‘The accountability agenda means there is increasing pressure on teachers and therefore on pupils to achieve more’
Expert warns that half of all adult mental health problems are established by the age of 14
Many of you will have heard about the Government’s plans to close the word gap in the early years. In fact, it is the first priority in their social mobility action plan Unlocking Talent: Fulfilling Potential, really recognising that poor language skills are a critical factor in social disadvantage.