Today’s news review looks at calls for changes to the way sex education is taught, coverage of a study looking the proportion of women in high-earning jobs, comments Sir Martin Narey on children’s residential care, and the end of maintenance …
Today’s news review looks at coverage of yesterday’s school funding announcement and the mandatory reporting consultation launched yesterday.
Today's news review looks at the open letter from Ofsted chief inspector Sir Michael Wilshaw on Birmingham Children's Services, and comments on sex education from Women and Equalities chair Maria Miller.
Yesterday, Wednesday 6 July, the Guardian published a letter written by representatives of a number of social work bodies. Edward Timpson responds.
Following the EU referendum result, there has been some media speculation on how this could negatively impact schools and pupils.
Today’s education news review looks at coverage of Ofsted’s annual report on social care in England.
Today’s news review looks at calls for Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) to be taught in schools and term time holiday campaigner, Jon Platt’s new website offering his services to help parents recoup school fines.
Today’s news review looks at stories from the weekend and today including pieces on concerns about a group of independent schools, celebrity Melanie Sykes finding a school place for her autistic son and sexual harassment in schools.
Today's education news review covers the announcement that Birmingham’s Children’s Services will set up a voluntary trust, and an open letter from NAHT to the Education Secretary on changes to primary assessment.
Today’s education news review looks at calls from the UK’s four Children’s Commissioners for the law to be changed on smacking as they addressed the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC).