Inclusion

‘Rotten franchise’ instructs staff not to help disabled if it risks delays. Govia Thameslink Railways (GTR), the beleaguered train company described... Read more
This year marks a signifi cant anniversary in the history of education policy in this country. Thirty years ago this summer the Great Education... Read more
She stole the show at the Oscars – little Maisy Sly, profoundly deaf, who played Libby in the film The Silent Child . The film won the Oscar for Best... Read more
I have the consent of 'Disappointed Idealist' to write an article on my website based on his latest post on leaving the teaching profession. It is... Read more
Rumblings of discontent about education policy in England are developing into a roar. And it’s not from the usual suspects known collectively as ‘the... Read more
This is a summary version of the full article which you can read here Although this could be one my most important articles in relation to improving... Read more
It is necessary to first read this article . What follows is an explanation of the top five most effective teaching interventions according to the... Read more
I am writing this shortly after the Chancellor, George Osborne, made his March 2016 budget announcement that all the remaining Local Authority... Read more
This article is an extract from a forthcoming book, The Long Game: The Lessons We Can Learn From Long-Serving Teachers, which will be published this... Read more
I am an advocate for comprehensive education but I am afraid I haven't made much progress in Lincolnshire convincing the powers that be that ending... Read more
Thank you, I am delighted to be here. This book is a truly collaborative effort, a distillation of the thinking and writing of the four founders of... Read more
Alan Gurbutt Sadly, comprehensive schools of the 1950s and 1960s never reached South Lincolnshire. I went to a “red brick” secondary modern school in... Read more
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Safeguarding includes protecting children from extremist views, according to police guidance about what Prevent* means for schools. Safeguarding met... Read more
The evidence is thin. Ofsted visited 21 mainstream Birmingham schools: 15 of these were monitoring inspections, 6 were full. And although Ofsted... Read more
“It might be best if you looked elsewhere”. That’s what one school told a parent of a child with special needs (SEN), said the Children’s... Read more
On 8th April over a hundred people packed Committee Room 14 at the House of Commons to talk about the kind of education policies they want to see on... Read more
“Complaints about schools’ admissions policies dismissed by watchdog” Headline on Press Release Bristol Cathedral Choir School (BCCS) and Cathedral... Read more
My husband and I spent years planning ahead. Even before our nuptials we decided to marry in a parish church somewhere. We chose one in the catchment... Read more