Schoolzone has been supporting teachers since 1996, with free advice and information - we also pay teachers collectively well over £50,000 a year for their views, thoughts and opinions.
"It's always lovely to talk to other teachers. I can't wait to see what we're helping create! I'd definitely do it again" - focus group participant, Jan 2014.
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We really value your opinions and we pay good rates for taking part in research projects: see current projects. Participation in our research is also great CPD. Ask Helen if you've any questions: 01242 262906.
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Schoolzone's blog is for teachers: we share latest policies, good practice, advice and opinion on matters that affect your profession.
Our in-house expertise is unrivalled and teachers often blog for us (we pay for that, too), so it's a great way to keep informed.
You can search for articles by keyword, subject, or theme, or browse at your leisure.
If you need training - this is the place to find it. We list thousands of offerings from hundreds of providers. Courses listed include those you go out to, those that come to your school and those delivered online.
Search by subject, region, key stage, key word etc - then go straight to the provider's website to find out more details or make a booking.
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We ask teachers every week what they make of the curriculum reforms, whether primary, KS3, GCSE, A-level or vocational. So we know what's what.
We also keep a close eye on what the DfE, Ofsted, Ofqual and other significant influencers of the curriuculum are saying.
Our New Curriculum section summarises the changes in a clear format and keeps you in the picture about what other schools are planning.
Teachers also contribute to our blog, sharing their good ideas for addressing the new curriculum and ways in which schools are coping with the changes.