Blogs are short journals or articles written by a range of people involved within education or education research. They are definitely worth regularly dipping in to and discussing with colleagues:

Tom Sherrington, former Headteacher, author, podcast host and speaker blogs on a range of topics and speaks much sense.

Adam Boxer is a Chemistry teacher and blogs about science education, cognitive science, evidence-based practice and whatever else comes to ming. Highly recommended.


Ross Morrison McGill’s website has over 2,500 blog posts and is an absolute must read for all teachers and leaders.


Sam is a lecturer at the Centre for Education Policy and Equalising Opportunities, UCL.


This and other blogs from Farnham Heath End School


A blog from Olly Lewis on a wide range of topics. Definitely worth a look.


Rebecca Lee is an English teacher and Assistant Headteacher as well as a TES columnist. Her blog discusses a range of ideas and themes


Jonathan Firth is a PGDE tutor at Strathclyde University. His blog focusses mainly on memory, metacognition,professional learning and psychology in the classroom.


Ben Newmark blogs about curriculum, explicit instruction, intelligent assessment, leadership and history.

Mr Tucker, Head at Stogursey C of E Primary School has  his own education blog in which he discovers and discusses new developments within the sector.