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The start of January saw a major reshuffle in parliament with Theresa May changing the ministers in her cabinet, as well as much controversy surrounding educational posts. Here’s a quick run-down of the key governmental appointments, replacements, and resignations ...

Our mission is to create more sustainable and active journeys… what’s yours? We posed this question to a captive audience of primary school children from across London at the annual Transport for London STARS seminar series ...

Monday 4th December saw the launch of the long awaited #careersstrategy from @educationgovuk to support schools in raising young people’s career aspirations. The strategy forms part of government’s plans to improve social mobility with the clear-cut objective of ensuring quality, consistent, tailored advice for all ...

 

Despite falling numbers of children being killed or seriously injured as a pedestrian or cyclist, this issue is still a major cause for concern. With November marking Road Safety Week, an initiative designed to inspire schools, organisations and communities to act on road safety, the Department for Transport (DfT) launched a new campaign focused on distilling road safety education to young people ...

Last week saw the second in our series of Education Matters events and what an event it was! We spend a lot of time talking to our clients about the world of education, the pressures facing teachers today and the opportunities for support – but nothing beats hearing it from the horse’s mouth ...

 

 

It feels like a long forgotten memory not but until relatively recently it was ‘summer’. What can only be described as a particularly drab and grey August, also saw the screening of Channel 4’s Old People’s Home for 4 Year Olds (a title which I originally mistook for Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children) ...

After a disappointingly dreary August, September is suddenly upon us. And what does that mean? It’s time to go back to school!

The last few weeks have seen a flurry of exam results come in. Now the dust has settled, here’s a rundown of our key takeaways ...

A scintillating new BBC show called ‘No More Boys and Girls: Can Our Kids go Gender Free?’ asks the nation to think about the ways in which our often unconscious gender biases affect young people. This is not a new question, but in recent years it has garnered more and more attention, with research across the globe showing ...

 

Sex and relationships – an undoubtedly crucial topic in young people’s education, but how does it fare within the context of school and the curriculum? Personally, I find myself evoking images of dinosaur TVs being rolled out on trolleys; standing by are the long-suffering deliverers of these ‘vital life lessons’, ignoring the snickers of a class of teenagers watching outdated cartoons of heterosexual intercourse and tampon tips. Or, worse still, trying to austerely oversee the age-old and baffling exercise of putting condoms on bananas ...

 

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