Inside Britain's strictest school
Teachers as 'guides': inside the UK's first Montessori secondary school
The Montessori Place has no year groups, no assessments, and students work in partnership with mentors to decide what to study
Behaviour in school
What teachers and students think
Parents and pupils agree that there should be more discipline - but don't agree on the methods
How much does bad behaviour in class actually affect learning time?
Adults recall how they behaved at school
Teachers have limited options when it comes to disciplining students. Here are a variety of cases and outcomes
Teachers say they love their job, but it's getting harder
The day my life changed
Personal account: A teacher talks about a classroom attack
'They should have personal masseuses'
Three days in the classroom gave comedian Rhod Gilbert a new-found respect for teachers
In need of support?
Most teachers have encountered students with mental health issues
Harassment at school
Experiences of students and teachers
Imagine if we taught maths like PE - a competition, with public humiliation if you got a sum wrong
The 'Medal for all' cultureis a thing of the past it seems, but is that really for the best?
'Super head' makes failing school most improved in England
How one person's determination and inspiration managed to turn an entire school around
Bring back the cane to restore discipline in schools
This writer recalls his own experience and says fear and pain is the only language some children understand
Bullying is a problem for many children - and for some it means missing out on education