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Ofsted took nearly a year to take action after it was notified about a secondary school where safeguarding failures resulted in a girl allegedly being sexually exploited by an older boy, Tes can reveal.… Read the rest
Author: Nathalie Richards
Posted: 24-05-2019
Well, who’d have thought it – turns out we can print what teachers think about our schools inspectorate after all, says Laura McInerney in Teachwire.… Read the rest
Author: Nathalie Richards
Posted: 24-05-2019
A report by the watchdog says that the Home Office had cancelled international students’ visas without properly checking whether they had actually cheated, meaning that some people may have been wrongly accused and in some cases, unfairly removed from the UK.… Read the rest
Author: Nathalie Richards
Posted: 24-05-2019
Almost every week our newspapers report new studies on the damage that air pollution does to our health and especially to children.… Read the rest
Author: Nathalie Richards
Posted: 24-05-2019
Shadow Education Secretary Angela Rayner will use a visit to a school in Manchester to unveil plans to make climate change a “core part” of primary school lessons.… Read the rest
Author: Nathalie Richards
Posted: 24-05-2019

Ofsted - Activity on GOV.UK

How Ofsted and the Department for Education (DfE) will work together to deliver inspections of independent schools.
Author: HM Government
Posted: 22-05-2019
This is a consultation on our proposals for revisions to the frequency and content of social care inspection official statistics and management information.
Author: HM Government
Posted: 21-05-2019
Ofsted spending over £25,000 in 2019.
Author: HM Government
Posted: 17-05-2019
Minutes from recent Ofsted Audit and Risk Assurance Committee meetings.
Author: HM Government
Posted: 17-05-2019
Ofsted Board meeting papers and minutes from 2019.
Author: HM Government
Posted: 17-05-2019

News from Children & Young People Now:

The most recent articles from education

The most recent articles from education

Ombudsman slams council over excessive EHC plan waiting times

A report from the Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman criticises the council for "significant delays" in completing EHC plans for children with special educational needs (SEN) as well as restricting...

Posted: 23-05-2019
Prevent exclusions with better emotional health tools, urges charity

The claim is made by wellbeing charity Nurture UK, which commissioned research with more than 6,800 children in 25 primary schools in England. Its report, Now You See Us, published today, claims that...

Posted: 22-05-2019
Call for reform of system treating children with SEN as mental health inpatients

The report, Far Less Than They Deserve: Children With Learning Disabilities or Autism Living in Mental Health Hospitals, published by children's commissioner for England Anne Longfield, calls for reform...

Posted: 20-05-2019
Adopted children perform better in school than looked-after peers

New Department for Education data was added to the outcome data for children looked after by local authorities in England, to include children who have left care through an adoption, special guardianship...

Posted: 16-05-2019
MoJ analysis reveals trends in prolific youth offending

Almost 80 per cent of adult prolific offenders received their first caution or conviction as a juvenile, the Prolific Offenders Criminal Pathway: Prison Events & Offender Needs report finds. Prolific...

Posted: 16-05-2019

FEDE – Federation for EDucation in Europe

Federation for EDucation in Europe

Author: Alicia QUILLARDET
Posted: 23-05-2019
Author: Alicia QUILLARDET
Posted: 21-05-2019
Dalenda Tak Tak is Director-General of CESA Sup. This conversation with her during the FEDE’s 2019 General Assembly demonstrates her erudition, humility and warmheartedness. Can you tell us about your education? I have a BTS in Tourism and a Master’s in Human Resources. I’ve also recently obtained a qualification in professional coaching from Paris-8 University. […]
Author: Thomas PRADET
Posted: 15-04-2019

EUROPA - Research Information Centre

EUROPA - Research Information Centre

Electronic components must meet stringent requirements in order to be useful for space applications. An EU-funded project has validated European-made components for this purpose, hoping to make the EU space sector less dependent on international partners.
Posted: 24-05-2019
Multifunctional nanoparticles being developed by EU-funded researchers are set to revolutionise treatments for complex bone diseases, enabling novel therapies for hundreds of millions of people worldwide suffering from bone cancer, bacterial bone infections and osteoporosis.
Posted: 24-05-2019
Whipworms are soil-transmitted parasitic worms that infect about 700 million people in the tropics and sub-tropics. An EU-funded project worked to better understand its interactions with human epithelial and immune cells, in the hope of identifying new treatment possibilities and alleviating suffering.
Posted: 23-05-2019
How can we produce healthy, nutritious food for all, and do so more sustainably in a changing world? Agile, resilient systems are required - and vast amounts of data will have to be shared and processed to shape them, according to an EU-funded project that produced a roadmap for the development of suitable e-infrastructure.
Posted: 23-05-2019
EU-funded biotechnology researchers have developed a novel treatment for atherosclerosis, the narrowing and hardening of arteries that is the leading underlying cause of death and disability in Europe.
Posted: 22-05-2019

 

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