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Academy Boss Says grammar plans may leave children...

4 October 2016

The head of one of England's largest academy chains says creating more grammar schools will do little to raise standards.

Academy Boss Says grammar plans may leave children...

4 October 2016

The head of one of England's largest academy chains says creating more grammar schools will do little to raise standards.

Answer the call of technology (via Schools Week)

2 October 2015

Dominic Norrish, United Learning's Group Director of Technology, discusses the debate of technology in classrooms

Leadership – Oil the wheels of tricky talks

29 April 2015
Delivering constructive criticism to staff can be daunting, but honesty is key

Female headteachers - reflections on the glass ceiling

28 March 2015

Written by Jan Shaddick, Principal at Lambeth Academy

Press Cutting: Three ways to heal a failing school

2 March 2015

Rapid remedial action is needed: Try a three-pronged approach of raising expectations, earning the trust of staff and prioritising student achievement.

Press Cutting: Leading headteacher exposes 'underhand' tactics used by schools to get round curbs on selection

Dame Sally Coates says the 'time has come for an independent review of admissions across the country'

19 February 2015

Dame Sally Coates says the 'time has come for an independent review of admissions across the country'.

What do major party announcements mean for schools?

Group Chief Executive, Jon Coles, discusses the how recent funding announcements impact schools across the country

19 February 2015

Group Chief Executive, Jon Coles, discusses the how recent funding announcements impact schools across the country

Press Cutting: Punctuality, respect, constant exams: How Dame Sally Coates turned Burlington Danes around

Strong measures were needed to raise standards at the Academy in west London's White City

18 February 2015

Strong measures were needed to raise standards at the Academy in west London's White City

Is technology worth bothering with in education?

What do you do when you have a teacher with a PhD in astrophysics? Find a new method of learning so that pupils in other schools can share his knowledge . . .

7 February 2015

What do you do when you have a teacher with a PhD in astrophysics? Find a new method of learning so that pupils in other schools can share his knowledge . . .

Why the league system no longer measures up

Jon Coles, United Learning Group Chief Executive and former head of standards at the Department of Education, used to be in charge of school performance rankings. He explains how he would reform...

How sport can put you on the winning side

Regardless of a child's physical ability, PE teaches them teamwork, resilience, ethics and more - and it's time for schools to take note, Jon Coles writes for the TES.

Stockport Academy Principal, Frank McCarron, speaks at...

Stockport Academy Principal, Frank McCarron, today delivered a speech to the Stonewall Education for All Conference on how inclusivity in schools can drive improvement, create opportunities for...

Creating a research-engaged school - a guide for senior...

Research published this week by the National Foundation for Educational Research (NFER) and the United Learning group of schools gives an insight into how teachers use research evidence in the...

Classroom practice: power up to become a tech-savvy teacher

Our Technology Director, Dominic Norrish, writes for the TES how to get the most out of technology within schools.

What will the classroom of 2017 look like?

'Given that huge innovations are being made in edtech each week, it’s exciting to speculate on what devices the average British school will be using in a few years. Dominic Norrish, Group...
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