How teachers respond to sexual harassment is important as it can impact greatly on the cultures of consent and respect amongst students. Rachael Curzons writing  in The Guardian suggests three simple steps to effectively deal with harassment in schools: Challenge sexist language – don’t just respond by asking the student not to use such language, instead engage students…

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A new study published by the National Literacy Trust has discovered that young people who use technology were more likely to read for longer, find reading easier and say reading was cool! The study also found that it was boys who were more likely to change their attitudes towards reading after using an e-book. The…

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If your answer to the above question is no, then don’t worry because we can help! Our e-safety training has been written specifically for those working in the education sector and is designed to fit around busy schedules.   This means that courses can be stopped and restarted and you’ll only need a screen and…

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Alun Jones the first leader of the Girls’ Schools Association has stated recently that girls dominate in the classroom and therefore, boys would be at an advantage if they were taught separately. He argues that clever, articulate girls can be intimidating to boys who are not so capable of expressing themselves. This is a really…

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The government initiative of providing free school meals to children in reception year, year 1 and year 2 is now well underway. Whilst students do not have to eat a school meal, they have the right to request one. The long term goals are to improve health, save families money and raise academic achievement and…

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