In light of today's GCSE results and the exciting array of next steps available to young people, Jessica’s blog looks at her inspiring career journey to date, how apprenticeships can be a great tool to increasing social mobility, and the importance of more women taking up engineering.
Today’s news reviews looks at an opinion piece from former Education Secretary Michael Gove on school funding.
Today’s news review examines coverage of a report on funding, and a piece on why we need more grammar schools. Local Government Association report On Thursday, 16 March, the Local Government Association claimed that councils could fail to meet their …
Today’s news review looks at misleading claims about free school funding.
Today’s news review looks at a survey from YoungMinds into mental health provision in schools and a speculative piece from the Times on the National Funding Formula.
Today’s news review looks at coverage relating to the cost of purchasing free school sites, coverage of a study that shows public sector workers like teachers get paid more than their private sector peers, and misleading coverage on school funding.
Today’s news review looks at further reporting on school funding based on claims made at the annual conference of the Association of School and College Leaders. It sets the record straight with eight key facts.
Today’s news review examines inaccurate claims about school funding reported by the Guardian. School funding The Guardian published a piece last night, 7 March, based on concerns about school funding from head teachers and parents. Through our proposed new National …
Today’s news review looks at coverage of new investment in facilities for pupils with special educational needs and disabilities and a story about GCSE resits.
Today’s news review examines coverage of a report into how disadvantaged children might be affected by the National Funding Formula, and a survey of parents’ opinions on independent schools. Child Poverty Action Group On Friday, 3 March, the National Union …
Yesterday, we announced that relationship and sex education will be made compulsory in all secondary schools, while all primary schools will be required to teach age appropriate relationships education. This has been widely welcomed by a range of stakeholders.