Victoria Playford, head of The Mulberry House School, explains why her pupils are no longer required to do homework.
Eli Thomas, a pupil at Christ's Hospital School and organiser of a new pupil-led mental health conference, discusses how schools can do more to promote mental health and wellbeing.
Mark Nicholson, head of partnerships at Hampton School, discusses how a new learning programme taught by Hampton’s subject specialist teachers provides additional academic stretch and challenge to Year 5 pupils from local primary schools.
Roxanne Irani, teacher of biology, environmental systems and societies and theory of knowledge at King Edward's School, Birmingham, describes how her students benefit from reconnecting with nature.
Myth-busting: "Independent school students don’t understand the challenges some people face in life”
In the latest "myth-busting" blog, the chaplain of Felsted School, reverend Nigel Little, counters the view that “independent school students don’t understand the challenges some people face in life”.
Christina Astin, head of partnerships at The King's School, Canterbury, discusses how her school is working to increase the number of musical opportunities for children in local primary schools.
Caroline Bond, deputy head (pastoral) of Pangbourne College, argues the most recent PISA data shows the critical importance of pupil wellbeing initiatives.
Nicola Huggett, head of Cheltenham College, writes about the many benefits associated with cross-sector partnership working.