EEF publish report on Imporoving Behaviour & Learning in Schools
The Education Endowment Foundation have published a reports on using digitial learning to improve behaviour in schools and improve learning. to read these reports in full, please click the links.
General Election 2019
This election has seen a huge change in the political make-up of Parliament, which is sure to have an impact across the country, and on politics in Westminster.
Statistics on looked after children in England
The Department for Education has published statistics on looked after children in England.
Scottish Government grant free access to in-school counselling
From September next year, all secondary school pupils in Scotland will have access to free professional counselling services.
Half a million children not seeking help for mental health issues
The Children’s Society has published the results of its survey of 10 to 17-year olds in England, Scotland and Wales which indicates that almost half a million children who are worried about their feelings or behaviour are not asking for help
Law reform group publishes report on challenging school exclusions
The law reform group, Justice, has launched a report which calls for significant change to the current exclusions system
Head teachers call for EHC plans to be scrapped and replaced with a new system
Tes has reported that the Heads’ Roundtable, a grassroot groups of head teachers, are calling for EHC plans to be scrapped and replaced with a new system that examines how available resources can be used to meet the needs of SEN pupils
Government response to Education Committee report on school and college funding
The Government has published its response to the Education Select Committee’s report on school and college funding which was published in July this year.
Education Select Committee report on SEND
The Education Select Committee has published a report on special educational needs and disabilities, following an 18-month inquiry into Government reforms.
CDC Survey - The Children & Families Act 2014
The Children and Families Act came into force in September 2014,. As we reach the Act’s fifth anniversary, the Council for Disabled Children want to hear your views
Unexplained pupil exits from schools
The Education Policy Institute has published a report on unexplained pupil exits from schools which finds that around one in 10 pupils who reached year 11 in 2017 experienced an unexplained exit at some point during their time at secondary school.