Has Ofsted got it right for early years?

by Richard Newson April 3, 2014
Dr Hilary Emery considers if
Ofsted has got it right on early years childcare and education in its n [More]

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‘First in the family’ university students build life skills

by Richard Newson March 28, 2014
Harnessing
the enthusiasm of students who are the first in their family to attend
university, is key [More]

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Martha Evans, Senior Programme Lead - SEND & Inclusion at the Anti-Bullying Alliance, discusses the issues children with special educational needs and / or disabilities (SEND) face when it comes to getting online

by Lucy Barnes March 12, 2014
Last month, the Anti-Bullying Alliance embarked on the first
ever consultation to discover what chil [More]

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Bringing sex education into the 21st century

by Richard Newson March 7, 2014
Teachers often feel poorly supported in delivering a modern curriculum for sex and relationships education (SRE). Part of the problem lies with the existing DfE guidance, to which all state-funded schools must pay ‘due regard’. [More]

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Too black to be white, too white to be black

by Richard Newson February 28, 2014
A one-size-fits-all approach doesn’t meet the particular challenges facing mixed
race children and y [More]

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NCB associate Helen Chambers talks about Arts and cultural work with looked after children

by Lucy Barnes February 20, 2014
‘because its fun, it’s exciting, you get to learn loads of stuff.’ (looked after
child)

 

The [More]

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Changing face of local govt in NI

by Richard Newson February 17, 2014
Local government reforms in Northern Ireland come at a challenging time for young people in the province. [More]

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Looked after children: too easily criminalised?

by Media January 23, 2014
Rosie Eatwell-White, Policy and Public Affairs Assistant at NCB, discusses how the justice system may be unnecessarily criminalising young people who are or have been looked after by the state, and how restorative justice could provide alternative interventions. [More]

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Better data: A key tool in the fight to improve child health services

by Media January 17, 2014
On 8th January, Public Health England published an initial version of a ‘Children and Young People’s Health Outcomes Framework’. This important document lays the foundation for ensuring that the health outcomes that matter to children, young people and their families are well measured and will ensure that local health services and their partners can be held to account. [More]

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Children and the police

by Media December 13, 2013
The All Party Parliamentary Group for Children is conducting an inquiry into children and the police. Interesting themes are starting to emerge - including that the police must be mindful of young people's specific needs and vulnerabilities. [More]

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