Covid in schools: Inquiry laun...

Jan 20, 2022 by

England’s children’s commissioner says she will “go out and find” those not on school rolls. An inquiry is...

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Covid in nurseries: Staff shor...

Jan 15, 2022 by

The impact of Covid is making it hard for some early years settings to operate. Nurseries across the UK are struggling to cope...

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Autistic boy ‘suffered p...

Jan 10, 2022 by

A mother who took the Education Authority (EA) to an independent appeals panel to get her autistic son support says he has suffered...

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Covid: Pupils to wear masks in...

Jan 2, 2022 by

Last term, England’s secondary pupils only had to wear masks in school corridors Face masks are to be worn in classrooms in...

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Children’s care system p...

Dec 29, 2021 by

Teenagers taken into care in England to safeguard them from exploitation are being put at more serious risk in the care system...

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Omicron: Schools prepared if C...

Dec 16, 2021 by

Some children are being asked to take laptops home with them before Christmas in case of closures. Image source, PA Media Schools...

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Some schools struggling to sta...

Dec 14, 2021 by

Head teachers warn some schools are struggling to stay open due to high Covid rates. Schools in high infection areas are struggling...

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Record numbers of young Guatem...

Dec 14, 2021 by

Chasing economic opportunity, record numbers of young Central Americans are braving the journey north. Image source, Megan Janetsky...

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Too many children left at risk...

Dec 8, 2021 by

Ofsted chief inspector warns too many children are being left at risk of harm in many areas of England. Image source, PA Media/Family...

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Cambridge sculpture makes a st...

Dec 1, 2021 by

Leading academics see Paulo Freire as a symbol of “tolerance and dialogue” amid tensions on campuses. Students marked 100...

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Don’t call young people ...

Nov 24, 2021 by

Samantha Price wants parents and teachers to keep up with the younger generation’s views. Adults should stop mocking young...

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University staff to strike in ...

Nov 17, 2021 by

Staff at 58 UK universities will go on strike between 1 and 3 December, causing further disruption for students in the run-up to...

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The court orders depriving vul...

Nov 14, 2021 by

Growing numbers of very vulnerable children in England are being detained in temporary accommodation under special court orders...

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Israeli ambassador protest: LS...

Nov 12, 2021 by

UK home secretary says she is “disgusted” at the treatment of Tzipi Hotovely after a meeting in London. The London School...

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CRT Co-Founder: Children Shoul...

Nov 11, 2021 by

Professor Kimberlé Crenshaw, a co-founder of critical race theory (CRT), explained the importance of “looking at history to...

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Pupil abuse in special school ...

Nov 9, 2021 by

An investigation has been launched into “organised abuse” in a special school in London. Image source, Google An...

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New science GCSE prompts dumbi...

Oct 26, 2021 by

From 2025, physics, chemistry and biology will no longer be offered as separate GCSE subjects. A “dumbing down” of...

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Sex education: Could consent c...

Oct 23, 2021 by

Relationship education is now compulsory in England, including sex education at secondary schools. Young teenagers are gathered in...

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£78bn wage hit from pandemic l...

Oct 23, 2021 by

Education recovery funding needs to quadruple to at least £13bn to prevent learning lost due to the pandemic from doing lasting...

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‘Years to get children b...

Oct 23, 2021 by

How the pandemic has affected child development in one primary school in north-east England. At the start of the day Clare Marriott...

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