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Here are links to some of this week’s education-related news: Education Secretary Michael Gove has announced plans to more than double the number of top head teachers helping struggling schools in England. However, most of England’s best teachers are deterred from becoming heads because of the pressures of targets, according to a survey of their own [...]
Beverley Hughes today published a consultation on new guidance to help professionals spot the first signs of gang membership. This guidance is aimed at professionals such as social workers, youth workers and youth offending teams already working with young people displaying risk factors. The guidance highlights risk factors which could signal towards their involvement in [...]
The Government has published revised guidance on children missing education and launched a review of home education. This will ensure that everything possible is being done to guarantee all children their right to a balanced education in a safe, healthy environment. The guidance makes clear that local authorities have a duty to make arrangements to [...]
Dispatches is on tonight looking at Britain’s Challenging Children. Here is the information that I’ve been sent from the Director Brian Woods: “Tonight at 8pm Dispatches spends a year inside 5 UK primary schools to uncover the enormous challenges faced by teachers dealing with violent and disruptive behaviour. 97% of teachers say they have to [...]
It’s time to get up, pull on the school uniform and the tie with that dreaded knot – the special knot that would otherwise show you up. Downstairs you eat the breakfast your oblivious parents have prepared on automatic drive, grab the school bag, say goodbye to “Frazzle” the dog who looks back with those [...]
Headteachers were advised today to screen pupils’ computer accounts and gather proof, including photographic evidence, where they suspect teenagers and primary children of joining gangs. Ministers have drawn up advice to schools on identifying and dealing with gang members amid growing evidence young pupils are drawn in by older siblings. They are concerned sexual abuse [...]
According to a survey by the ATL 1 in 10 teachers say they have been attacked and injured by violent pupils. The ATL surveyed 800 members across the UK and found two-thirds believed standards of behaviour were getting worse, despite repeated government attempts to crack down on poor discipline. Nearly all state school and college [...]