Behaviour in school
What teachers and students think
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
Teachers say they love their job, but it's getting harder
Inside Britain's strictest school
Name calling... if only I could
This teacher comments on the impression that kids' names give and the different 'tribes' they belong to
The class divide: how to teach boys and girls
As girls and boys prefer very different learning conditions how should classrooms be organised to get the best from both? Michele Hanson has some amusing suggestions
'They should have personal masseuses'
Three days in the classroom gave comedian Rhod Gilbert a new-found respect for 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?
My third-class life
Michael Morpurgo argues that it's a teacher's talent, not academic success, that is most important
The day my life changed
Personal account: A teacher talks about a classroom attack
'Super head' makes failing school most improved in England
How one person's determination and inspiration managed to turn an entire school around
Should BNP teachers be banned?
This writer believes we should tolerate people