Today’s Education in the Media blog looks at the progress being made by breakfast clubs, and new funding for the Open Data Competition.
Today’s Education in the media blog focuses on the announcement of a £2 million fund to provide free healthy meals and activities for disadvantaged families throughout the school holidays.
Today’s Education in the media blog looks at the support we are providing to schools and apprentices following the announcement that Carillion, the facilities management and construction company, has gone into compulsory liquidation. The blog will also look …
Today’s new review looks at coverage about a report on sexual harassment and violence in schools and funding for infant free school meals.
Today’s news review examines the National Audit Office’s report on apprenticeships, grammar schools, teachers from black and ethnic minority backgrounds, and the quality of packed lunches.
Today’s blog looks at coverage of a Children’s Society report into the wellbeing of young people, and misleading reporting on Schools Week’s website about free school meals.
Today’s news review responds to a misleading story on academy finances, looks at reports of gender neutral school uniform policies, discusses the Education Secretary’s preferred candidate as the new Chief Inspector of Ofsted, and looks at figures from the Food …