Are we failing our children? Is anxiety and stress killing their childhood? Are they too scared of failing to win? How do we compare to other countries? Educationalists, writers and academics give their verdict on the British education system. Victoria Lambert begins this series of articles:
As the government designates 2018 the Year of Engineering, Professor Dame Ann Dowling, President of the Royal Academy for Engineering, talks to our editor about why this country needs engineers
Alice Phillips, head of St Catherine’s, Bramley, argues that STEM without an ‘A’ is missing the big picture The five-letter acronym STEAM is a far...
James Barton is a director at Mander Portman Woodward (MPW). He tells us why revision courses are no longer seen as a sign of weakness:
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The next instalment of our School Heroes series, which originally appeared in the SS18 issue of School House and features integral members of school life.
Dr Dale Cartwright, Deputy Head Academic and Head of Careers at Merchiston Castle School, Edinburgh talks about the rapid evolvement of the job market for current schoolchildren