Tackling childhood obesity in schools

14th November 2019

As child obesity rates continue to rise, schools are increasingly under pressure to encourage healthy eating to prevent the crisis from spiralling even further In England, local authority maintained schools must be open for at [read more]

Schools needed to take part in three new trials

10th October 2019

A new trial will find out if taking part in enrichment activities like sports clubs and community volunteering can boost attainment and attributes like teamwork and social responsibility, the Education Endowment Foundation (EEF) has announced [read more]

SEND families lose high court battle

9th October 2019

As reported by The Guardian, families who launched a landmark legal challenge to the government’s funding of services for SEND children have lost their high court case Three families, representing thousands of others across England, brought the action [read more]

Are GDPR standards slipping already?

12th September 2019

On 25 May 2018, the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect, sending many organisations into a frenzy to ensure they were dealing with sensitive data in the correct way. Mark Harper, of [read more]

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