Cardiff ‘ahead of game’ on radicalisation

20 January 2016

Cardiff’s schools are “ahead of the game” in the fight against radicalisation, despite a number of the people from the city having joined the so-called Islamic State, education chiefs have heard.

Schools’ key role in change of culture over sex abuse

13 January 2016

We must stop waiting for victims of abuse to come forward and start working together to spot the signs, children’s commissioner tells MPs – and schools should have a key role in this new approach. Pete Henshaw reports

SEND: Addressing sexual exploitation

13 January 2016

Safeguarding against child sexual exploitation is vital, especially for students with SEND. Michael Surr examines recent research and its recommendations for professionals

Students score US university success

13 January 2016

Forty-three British state school students from low and middle-income homes have won places to study at America’s top universities via the Sutton Trust charity.

Ministers offered maths and physics advice

6 January 2016

Government-funded increases to pay and paying off student loans are among suggestions from school leaders for solving the recruitment crisis in physics and mathematics.

Anger at poverty ‘blame culture’

6 January 2016

Teaching unions have attacked a “blame culture” that is being promoted around the government’s child poverty and social mobility strategy.

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