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Summer school transition activities support

A high school in Stoke-on-Trent is hosting two fun packed summer schools to help children anxious their transition to a new school. Birches Head Academy, hopes the Groundwork and Time4Sport sessions, will ease the transition between primary and secondar...

Nystagmus Network announces Wobbly Wednesday 2014

Following the success of the first Wobbly Wednesday last year the Nystagmus Network is working on this year’s campaign. Following the success of the first Wobbly Wednesday last year the Nystagmus Network is working on this year’s campaign., will on...

Call to let Nicky Morgan make a fresh start with teachers

Teachers and teacher educators should keep an open mind about Nicky Morgan as the successor to Michael Gove. That’s the view of Prof Terry Haydn from the University of East Anglia’s School of Education & Lifelong Learning. Prof Haydn said: ...

Rugby skills session at Kidscene holiday club

Children at a holiday club for those with and without disabilities are to benefit from coaching by profesional rugby players. Brothers Mike and Ross Doneghan, who play rugby for London Scottish, will run a skills training session at Kidscene, a holiday...

Doncaster photography students exhibition at Mac Gallery

Photography students from Communication Specialist College Doncaster have got some of their work on show this week at a town centre gallery. Striking images by four students are on display at the Mac Gallery, after the exhibition was opened by the Mayor ...

Music education funding boost to benefit more youngsters

An £18million funding boost for music education has been announced by the department for education. It will be allocated to music education, including to the national network of 123 Music Education Hubs, supported by The Arts Council since they were est...

Inquiry finds thousands of disabled children are missing out on education

A cross party inquiry today reveals widespread failures for disabled children across the childcare system. Only one quarter of local authorities say they have enough childcare for disabled children and thousands of disabled children - from toddlers to ...

School menu checking service from The Children’s Food Trust

The Children’s Food Trust has launched a new service to help schools guarantee their menus meet the latest school food standards. The menu checking service gives schools and caterers an easy way to make sure their meals are compliant with the new leg...
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Widespread anger as 11 MPs arrive to debate autism childcare

There is widespread anger and frustration among parents today after a parliamentary debate on provision of education for children with autism attracted just 11 politicians yesterday. Liberal Democrat MP for Burnley, Gordon Birtwistle, said he was plea...
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