Following recent news that low-attaining teenagers 'make more spelling mistakes than 30 years ago', Susannah Commings, Classical Civilisation teacher at Taunton School, argues that the issue surrounding spelling needs to be turned on its head.
Following the publication of the 2016 PISA results this morning, Millan Sachania, Headmaster at Streatham & Clapham High School, offers musings whilst on educational business in the Far East.
Peter Tait, former Head at Sherborne Preparatory School, discusses the breadth of education offered by American universities, in comparison to 'the more rigid system we have in England'.
Following news that an app is allowing nervous students to send anonymous text messages with queries to the front of the lecture hall, Suzie Longstaff, Headmistress at Putney High School, highlights the importance of helping pupils find their voice.
As an MP suggests the poor performance of the England football team may be linked to the number of independently educated players, Jaideep Barot, deputy head of Marlborough College, looks at the numbers and the 'political football' of schooling.