The House of Lords recently published its ‘Growing up with the internet’ report, which advises schools to teach online responsibilities, acceptable behaviour and potential risks as part of compulsory PSHE education. The report highlights concerns that the internet is not a child-friendly environment, and argues the case for companies to ensure their websites are created…

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The Education Secretary Justine Greening will explore the issue of providing free sanitary products for children receiving free school meals following concerns that many teenage girls are missing school each month due to families being unable to afford sanitary items. During education questions in the House of Commons, Greg Mulholland, Leeds North West MP, stated:…

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Your school may already be using one of the new mobile apps to recruit supply teachers, but have you considered the impact this new convenience could have on safeguarding your students? Recent news articles have shone a light on the potential child protection concerns these new recruitment technologies, which have been likened to the taxi-service…

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