Upping the tech ante Premium

04 May 2017 | by Lucy Hodges
The new technical training qualification, the T-level, has been hailed as the most ambitious post-16 education reform for 70 years. Lucy Hodges asks whether it will live up to the hype

The teacher who inspired me Premium

04 May 2017 | by Werner Jeanrond
My first meeting with theologian Fr David Tracy took place at Medici’s, a famous South Side Chicago pizzeria, in September 1979 when David was 40 and I was 24, writes Werner Jeanrond.

Finding purpose in religious education Premium

04 May 2017 | by Philip Robinson
Reforms to the GCSE in religious education mean Judaism is now taught alongside Catholic theology. Philip Robinson, who advises the Catholic Education Service on RE, explains why the bishops have made this decision and what they hope to achieve with the reforms

Learning for life Premium

04 May 2017 | by Geraldine Hackett
With no hope of an imminent return home for Syrian refugees, many of the young are seeking an education elsewhere. Geraldine Hackett looks at the efforts being made by schools and universities to rebuild shattered dreams

Up close and personal Premium

04 May 2017 | by Isabel de Bertodano
Pupil referral units educate some of the most troubled children when conventional schools have given up. Isabel de Bertodano visits one in Bristol and discovers an inspiring place where pupils are thriving

Strong leadership has ensured the full inclusion of children with hearing difficulties and other needs

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