The online world is a wonderful thing, with learning resources, research, games and more. But with all the great things that the internet gives us, comes lots of risks. So, how do we make sure we do our best to keep children and vulnerable people safe online? Schools play a vital role in keeping children safe online and promoting internet safety, so what are you doing in your school?
The challenge may not be to encourage children to read in school, but how you can inspire a love of reading outside the classroom? Research shows that motivation to read decreases with age, especially when pupils’ attitude to reading becomes less positive. Home is also said to be a massive influence but if parents aren’t reading around their children, how can teachers encourage children to pick up a book
Don’t get marked down on your school website! Ofsted inspections can happen at any time so ensure you’re not making simple mistakes that could prevent the ‘Outstanding’ or ‘Good’ that your school is aiming for. Using an Ofsted Checklist is great place to start and find out what is required of your school. Your website is one of, if not the first place Ofsted will look. In fact they will