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The One Editorial Blog brings you current knowledge and advice from our education professionals on HR, payrollschool finance, governance, ICT and academies; to literacy, careers, EAL & language support, music, & school improvement; and education welfare, safeguarding, SEND, educational psychology, dyslexia, and therapeutic interventions.

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Literacy

Key Dates for Writing Moderation

By Laura Lodge on

In the last week, schools should have received confirmation as to whether an external moderation visit will take place for either KS1 or KS2 assessments. Although moderation can be seen as stressful, the process is supportive and worthwhile...

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News

Party Manifestos and Education

By Jane Sowerby on

Lunch or breakfast? Grammars or smaller class sizes? Knowledge-rich curriculum and testing or arts pupil premium and EBacc? We’ll know after 8 June...

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School Improvement

Great Assessment

By Laura Lodge on

Last week, the Chartered College of Teaching and Evidence-Based Education hosted a discussion, ‘What Makes Great Assessment?’ During the discussion, the panel tackled three key questions...

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School Finance

Implementing the Apprenticeship Levy

By Guest Writer on

We should all be aware by now that the government is introducing an apprenticeship levy to fund an increase in the quality and quantity of apprentices in the UK. Read our tips on how to survive the implementation of the levy...

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Safeguarding

FGM Season Approaches

By Hayley Smith on

Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) happens most often during the summer holidays, sometimes referred to as the ‘cutting season.’ It is a horrific form of abuse where the victim’s genitalia can be fully or partially removed. This practice often occurs during the holidays, allowing more time for the victim to heal before returning to school.

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Therapeutic Interventions

Mental Health Awareness Week

By Colette Flynn on

Mental Health Awareness Week (MHAW) is a fantastic opportunity for schools to consider how they support emotional wellbeing of their pupils, and how ironic it is that it falls in SATs week!

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