We’re expanding free government-funded childcare so that thousands more parents won’t have to choose between a career and a family. Currently, parents who work and earn the equivalent of 16 hours a week at the National Minimum Wage, and earn …
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 news review looks at a Sutton Trust report about young people’s aspirations and proposals by Barnsley Council to change school term times.
Today’s news review looks at a new survey of school leaders by The Key about the provision of SEND in schools.
Today’s education news review looks at the Daily Telegraph’s commentary on social mobility and the European Court of Justice’s guidance ruling on headscarves and religious symbols in the workplace.
This bank holiday weekend, education news stories include reports on the admission of children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) at an academy in Sale, Trafford.
Today’s education news stories include reports of Ofqual announcing changes to its guidelines for appeals against exam results and figures published by the Office for National Statistics on young people aged 16 to 24 that are not in education, employment …
Every parent wants to see their child happy, confident, doing well at school and on track to becoming a successful, secure adult. They desire academic success, rewarding careers, and place value on loyal friendships and time to pursue hobbies.
Today's news review welcomes the announcement that, for the first time, special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) will form part of the core learning for teachers, when they undertake their Initial Teacher Training (ITT).
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).