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‘Maths mastery’ is gaining traction as the preferred educational approach in schools, but is it appropriate for the youngest children, asks Charlotte Goddard

Grouping by ability is growing in popularity despite evidence showing that it can have a range of negative impacts for children. Charlotte Goddard investigates

Analysing the final section of the Workforce Strategy, Charlotte Goddard discovers that funding promised in the document is not all it seems

How can practitioners approach difficult situations in a truly ethical way? Carla Solvason reports

Gabriella Jozwiak discovers that the varied role of a teaching assistant can encompass everything from photocopying to exam prep and long division

Make maths meaningful to young children by being less formal and looking at real life, says Elaine Bennett

What can we learn from a remote island school – and four-year-old Angus? Lots, explains head teacher Stephen Glen-Lee

Role play that provides opportunities for talking and thinking helps to develop children’s communication and language, reports Jan Dubiel

Learning without limits in the early years relies on creating opportunity for all. By Dame Alison Peacock

Tablets and iPads can help to support the development of willing and able readers. Dr Natalia Kucirkova offers some tips and strategies