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Te s 22 OCTOBER 2021

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Squid stink Teachers alarmed by primary children watching Squid Game, and how schools can take a systemic approach to embedding kindness

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‘Beacons of hope’ Te s’ 10 questions: Steve Rollett, of the Confederation of School Trusts, discusses the power of academies and diversity in leadership

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Chief regulation How a plan to formally define the role of trust CEO could help the growth of academies – and attract leaders from outside education

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Bursaries are back Key news stories you may have missed, from a U-turn on bursaries to slow progress on vaccinations and a warning for Ofsted

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A turn-up for the books After falling out of favour, textbooks appear to be growing in popularity once again – but do they really improve teaching?

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Carry on, nurse School nurses are arguably more important now than ever before, so why are their numbers dwindling? Kate Parker investigates

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Groom for improvement To build a leadership team to turn a school around, you need to find staff with a special skill set, explains head Danielle Lewis-Egonu

Next week Wake up and smell the coffee Does a frequent caffeine hit help or hinder your classroom performance?

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