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Education law experts Browne Jacobson consider the impact of the reform agenda on school collaboration.
TES has teamed up with motivational speaker Lee Jackson to produce a series of videos designed to get even the most reluctant reviser ready for exam season.
Join us on the Bard's Birthday for a poetry workshop hosted by Dr Anjna Chouhan of the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust.
Join Rachel to discuss ideas and share thoughts about the changing landscape for languages.
Greg Dyke joined us to discuss the BFI’s vision for film education, as well as answered questions on an exciting new development from the BFI that focuses on the delivery of film education to every 5-19-year-old in the UK.
LifeSkills, created with Barclays, is a new curriculum linked education programme designed to give young people in the UK access to the skills they need to make the transition from education into work. Find out more here.
TES jobseeking expert Theodora Griff will answer your questions about all aspects of jobseeking including writing a great application and interview technique.
Jodie Marsh talks to TES about her experiences of bullying and her new documentary on tackling bullies in schools.
Join TES and the Poetry Society to celebrate World Poetry Day
Musician, chef and entrepreneur Levi Roots joined us in the TES Studio as part of a drive to excite students about food and music – using his own inspirational tale as motivation.
TES Live joined author, actor and television presenter Tony Robinson for a chat on World Book Day
Well-known BBC broadcaster Simon Mayo, author of fast-paced adventures Itch and Itch Rocks, took part in a live webchat in the run-up to World Book Day.
What would the current shadow education secretary do if he were to take over the DfE after the next election? Tune in to find out.
Join our live discussion about the proposed National Curriculum reforms and what they mean for languages teachers.
Join us as we chat to the award-winning author of the Noughts and Crosses series about her books in the run-up to World Book Day.
John Vincent and Henry Dimbleby, founders of Leon restaurants, join us to discuss the Cook 5 campaign, which aims to highlight the importance of children learning to cook and eat healthily.
Join TES jobseeking expert Theodora Griff to answer your questions about any aspect of jobseeking including writing a great application and interview technique.
Find out the story behind the Red Nose Day resources on the TES site and discover how you can fundraise by doing something funny for money.
Join us to discuss the government's proposed reforms to the primary curriculum.
One lucky school is getting a very special science lesson courtesy of Engineering UK and Professor Brian Cox. You and your class can join in with the live lesson here on TES.
TES MFL subject adviser Rachel Hawkes looks at how foreign languages learning can support literacy without us needing to use English.
The renowned novelist for adults and children joins us to talk about her new book Poppy's Angel, which focuses on a child whose father is in prison.
TES MFL subject adviser Rachel Hawkes looks at how foreign languages teachers can support whole school literacy through their lessons.
The BeatBullying Group join us for a webchat on strategies for tackling bullying in your school.
Here at TES we've been particularly well-behaved this year, and so we've been granted special access to the North Pole to talk to the jolly man in red a week before the main event.
Join us for a roundtable discussion about the evolving role of museums, galleries and other cultural organisations within education.
TES behaviour adviser Tom Bennett interviews the co-founder of the West London Free School about his educational philosophy.
Join TES and Beat Bullying for a live lesson to help make bullying unacceptable in your school.
The award-winning author stopped by the TES offices to talk about a number of topics, including his books for children and his authorship of the Olympic opening ceremony.
Librarian Barbara Band joined us to talk about the campaign to make libraries a statutory requirement for schools.
Join teacher trainer James Williams and recent PGCE student Nicola Davison for practical advice on placements.
Our resident behaviour guru answers your queries about how to deal with behaviour issues once the honeymoon period with a new class has ended.
We chat to Professor Winston about his work as a professor, a medical doctor, a scientist, a television presenter, an author and a politician. This webchat was recorded at the opening of Middlesbrough College's new sixth form centre.
Join film producer Stephen Woolley for a discussion on adapting books for the screen, with a focus on the new movie based on the Dickens classic.
Teacher Chloe Combi, together with PSHE expert Alice Hoyle, also a teacher, discuss the impact of widespread access to pornography among today's pupils and how schools and teachers can or should manage the consequences.
Sailor Ellen MacArthur on inspiring a generation to re-think, re-design and build a positive future through the vision of a circular economy.
What is sound?- was recorded live on 11 October and it is now available for you and your class to watch back whenever you like.
Oxford academic Peter Claus and Ken Warman, principal of Bsix Brooke House sixth form college, will be here to talk about conventional and unconventional ways to help your students when they're applying to Oxford and Cambridge.
The woman behind The Gruffalo and the current Children's Laureate chats about her work, children's literacy and her campaign to save libraries.
Anthony Horowitz is the man behind the hugely successful series of Alex Rider novels. He is about to publish the final in his critically acclaimed Power of Five sequence, Oblivion, and he was online to answer your questions
Alan Watkinson is double gold medal winner Mo Farah's former PE teacher and was the best man at his wedding. We asked him questions about discovering and nurturing sporting talent.
Actor and author Henry Winkler - instantly recognisable to many as "The Fonz" from Happy Days - joined us to talk about his work supporting children's literacy and dyslexia.
It seemed only right that on Roald Dahl day we invited in the author of the first ever authorized children's biography of Dahl. Michael answered your questions on children's literature and literature in education.