Some people find it easier to work with steady, gentle background sound rather than absolute silence, writes Mark McKergow read more

Lynn Cousins looks at everyday behaviour management and behaviour policy and considers what the future holds in this area read more

Mark McKergow describes how music can be used at the end of your lessons, as a soundtrack for your students to review their learning read more

Pupil discipline provisions enshrined in the Education and Inspections Act 2006 came into force in April 2007. Solicitor Dai Durbridge interprets what these measures will mean for work in schools read more

The EPPI website is an excellent resource for informing your decision making, says David Leat. read more

What happens when your child AND your partner are both at home sick? Secondary drama teacher Julie Leoni discusses the issues raised by her experiences read more

How can you help G&T pupils develop strategies for thinking about their work before rushing in? Peter Levin offers some solutions. read more

Steve Mynard explores a process to enrich your children’s language and literacy experiences. read more

Dr Jonothan Neelands, deputy director of research at the National Academy of Gifted and Talented Youth, explains how drama helps both the academically gifted and artistically talented. read more

Angela Youngman finds out about a scheme to improve communication in early years settings through the use of sign language. read more