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Weekly Thursday Education News Round-Up – 08/08/2019

Space travel should be STEAM-powered – ACS International Schools says that, if space travel is to continue, it is vital that schoolchildren are students of the STEAM approach to learning To ensure the longevity of space travel, says ACS International Schools, it is vital that schoolchildren are students of the STEAM approach to learning (science, […]

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Tip #9 – Links Links should go where they say they are going to go. Ensure website landing pages that you use as links are relevant to the product they have clicked not just a link to the homepage. Links allow your reader to select which offer or detail they want to understand better or […]

Weekly Thursday Education News Round-Up – 01/08/2019

‘Children who don’t fit? Maybe the problem is us’ – Special schools can be great, but if pupils are struggling, the solution isn’t to send them elsewhere. I’m not an opponent of specialist education. I sent my son to a special school, after all. But, as in life, families and everything else, in special education, […]

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Weekly Thursday Education News Round-Up – 25/07/2019

Around 9,000 pupils were entered for the wrong science GCSE paper last year, analysis by Ofqual has revealed. Last summer, it emerged Ofqual had been forced to lower the pass grade for GCSE science higher tier exams amid concerns a large number of pupils would receive an “unclassified” grade. It has now emerged that this […]