Susan Elkin explains how new staff can keep teaching fresh in schools Seasons of mists, mellow fruitfulness and new teachers. Almost every school in the country starts the school year with some new staff this month. That means new faces...
Teacher Georgina Watford discusses common behavioural issues in the classroom and what can be done to improve them. How do you develop your own set of rules for the classroom? Every teacher is different and despite us all following the school...
Toby Payne-Cook, Head of Science at Marlborough House School, discusses the Weald Award for Creativity and Innovation
On an age of increasing exam pressure and rigorous assessment, we speak to three schools to find out what’s being done to reward achievement and identify students that may need extra support
Susan Elkin hopes change is on the horizon when it comes to exams
Susan Elkin explains that, when it comes to school holidays, this isn’t necessarily such a negative
Author Alex Preston picks his top five books for pre-teens
Fitness Trainer Sarah Maxwell explains how to engage the whole family in exercise
English teacher Milly Potter shares the reasons behind her enduring love of poetry
Mary Kain explains the benefits of using art as therapy.
Edward Martin from The Golden Boot highlights the importance of proper shoe fitting
We go behind the scenes at Junior's Day Nursery in Cranbrook
ACS International Schools explains why they consider the International Baccalaureate programme so valuable
Susan Elkin looks into exam stress and how to relieve it
Susan Elkin explores the demand for unqualified tutors
Hilary Wilce explains how a contented, well-connected childhood could be the key to happiness in adulthood
It goes without saying that every parent wants the very best for their child, and most will bend over backwards to achieve it. But what happens when these good intentions become all-consuming? Hilary Wilce gives us the signs to watch...
Motorists’ lawyer David Barton explains how the law differs for new drivers and gives his advice for staying out of harm’s way
Go behind the scenes at seven leading schools to find out more about the headteachers in charge
We speak to two students from the South East about why they made the decision to take a year out and a year abroad
We explore the educational excursions currently on offer
Julie Redding, Head of Entrepreneurship at Sevenoaks School explains how entrepreneurial and enterprise skills are being nurtured amongst their students
Susan Elkin ponders the timing of examinations
Sue Elkin praises schools which embrace the journey of education - not the destination
Sooner or later most children will meet with problems at school. Education expert Hilary Wilce offers some reassurance
School farms are a great way for children to learn about farming and animal husbandry as well as offering the perfect place to de-stress and unwind outside the classroom. We visit Lancing College school farm...
Starting 'real' school is always a big step in growing up. Luckily, these days it's almost always an easy one, says Hilary Wilce.
We talk to Tom Avery. One of the world's most exciting polar explorers and a former pupil at Vinehall.
Charlie was Head Boy at Junior King's in 2010 when he played rugby in the JKS U11 National Champion school rugby team at Twickenham.
Headmaster of Bede's School, Peter Goodyer talks to us about his own school memories and more
Today’s children have been born into a world of competitive schooling and pervasive social media and are feeling the pressure like no children have ever felt it before, says Hilary Wilce
John Graham-Hart on why learning a foreign language is not only relevant, but immensely rewarding too
School farms are a great way for children to learn about farming and animal husbandry as well as offering the perfect place to de-stress and unwind outside the classroom. We visit Hadlow College school farm and meet some of their...
We talk to Siobhan Fogarty, Head of Creative Arts, at Sackville School about how they encourage their pupils to look beyond traditional, academic studies and towards a more creative career path.
Catherine Walker, Head of Middle School, Marlborough House School, Hawkhurst
No school can teach children everything they need to know. David Long, the author and journalist, outlines the benefits of learning outside the classroom.
Despite all the digital options available to children these days, it's still possible to instill a love of reading, says John Graham-Hart
Here are our ten top tips available to encourage your child to read and instill a love of reading
Head of the Prep School at Notre Dame School in Cobham, Surrey.
Olly Clark attended St Edmund's from 1996 until 2003, from Junior School through to Sixth Form when he was appointed School Captain.
Dr Hayman is considered a rising star in the field of infectious disease epidemiology and ecology.
Despite huge advances in past decades, boys and girls are still making very different choices at A-level. Why is this, and what can we do about it? We speak to Antonia Beary, Headmistress of Mayfield School in Sussex
Headmistress, Walthamstow Hall
School farms are a great way for children to learn about farming and animal husbandry as well as offering the perfect place to de-stress and unwind outside the classroom. We visit Kent College school farm and meet some of their...
We talk to the Scout Association about the benefits of being involved in this historic organisation
We talk to Ed O'Connor, Deputy Head at St Edmund's School Canterbury about how they encourage their pupils to look beyond traditional, academic studies and towards a more creative career path.
We get the lowdown from Richard Follett, Headmaster, Vinehall School about his earliest school memories...