Aisha Ashante of Langtry Children’s Centre describes the thinking behind the centre’s approach to quality provision for young children read more

Marcelo Staricoff describes an inclusive approach for meeting the needs of G&T pupils in primary classrooms read more

Headteacher Peter Kent and deputy Annabel Kay describe how vertical tutoring has moved them towards the extended, cross-age family ethos that they seek to develop within their school read more

The curriculum review section of most direct interest to SENCOs concerns organising the curriculum. SENCO Update reports read more

Is personalised learning really all that new? Roger Smith investigates read more

A recent conference considered how schools can put personalisation at the centre of their strategies for raising achievement read more

Pedagogy is back on the agenda after a long period of neglect, with new guidance encouraging professionals to think about what should be taught and how it should be taught, writes Cliff Jones read more

Gifted and talented provision faces competition from many other areas for a share of personalisation funding. Josephine Smith and Paul Ainsworth share their tips for raising awareness of G&T in your school read more

‘Personalised learning’ has been appearing with increasing frequency in policy documents and in discussion about teaching and learning for the last few years. But what is truly meant by ‘personalised learning’? read more

The 2020 Vision report calls for personalised learning to be designed to reduce the ‘persistent and unacceptable gaps in average attainment between different groups of pupils’. read more