Today’s Education in the Media blog looks at World Mental Health day, and a number of new measures announced by the government to tackle mental health issues. We also focus on how to close attainment gaps across the country.
Today’s Education in the Media blog looks ahead to World Mental Health Day, which takes place on Wednesday, 10 October, and the work the government is doing to support children and young people’s mental health.
Today’s blog looks at the latest Barnardo’s report, what we are doing to tackle teacher misconduct, and university ‘Freshers’ Week.’
Today’s Education in the Media blog looks at the Daily Mail’s campaign on ‘county lines’ and the Secretary of States visit to the Netherlands
Today’s Education in the Media blog looks at the Education Secretary’s European tour, the new Student Minds Mental Health Charter, and Ian Bauckham’s interview about the reformed Relationship and Sex Education curriculum. We also address coverage about student loan interest …
The Universities Minister Sam Gyimah has written to university Vice Chancellors in England, marking the start of Fresher’s Week by calling on them to make the mental health of their students a priority.
Today’s Education in the Media blog looks at children’s mental health, as well as new funding to tackle child exploitation and the number of children in Pupil Referral Units.
Today’s Education in the media blog responds to stories in the press regarding our reforms to A level and GCSEs and Ofsted’s inspection framework. We also cover how we are promoting mental health in universities, and helping to tackle the …
Today’s Education in the media blog responds to Save the Children’s analysis of early years teaching staff and the NEU’s survey about exam stress.
Today’s Education in the media blog looks at Relationships and Sex Education in schools, a report on disadvantaged pupil attainment, a report on international students and the implementation plans for T-Levels.