Hilary Fine, Director of Assessment Development, looks at four ways governors can support schools as they prepare for the new normal this September.
Lengthy school closures will have had an effect on every child’s wellbeing, says Crispin Chatterton. So what should teachers look for if they suspect a problem?
Understanding CAT4 data could be critical for your new role as a middle leader, writes Emma Sanderson, Head of English at Hartland International School in Dubai.
Assumptions about who has struggled and who has thrived during lockdown are unhelpful, says Crispin Chatterton. Instead, take time to find out the real situation
Pupils who can't read well won't succeed – in any subject. So make literacy your top priority, says Crispin Chatterton
Researchers say that "wordier" GCSE exam questions in subjects such as maths are problematic for "a significant minority of students with a low reading age"