Dr Kate Smith explains why the government’s new baseline assessment for children is unlikely to show us much about children’s progress as learners.
Ahead of World Mental Health Day, Wendy Cobb, Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Education and Mary Taylor, Head of Programmes at Charity Family Links explore how Relationships and Sex Education (RSE), to be made compulsory in schools, can support the development of social connectedness with families, schools and communities.
As forest fires rage from Brazil to Indonesia, Christ Church academics from the Faculty of Education discuss what can be done from an institutional point of view.
For Coaching Week 2019, Dr Kristy Howells, Dr Laura Gubby, Dr Katie Dray and Dr Hayley Mills celebrate the importance of great coaches and how they can inspire people to take-up sport and to keep active.
As National Numeracy Day approaches, Jennifer Shearman considers a world where no-one is afraid of maths.
Kerry Jordan-Daus discusses how the new £1 million Arts Council Funding in Kent and Medway will help enable young people to lead in designing and taking part in creative activities.
For International Women’s Day Dr Kristy Howells, Dr Laura Gubby, Dr Katie Dray and Dr Hayley Mills explore how sport can become more gender-balanced.
Wendy Cobb, Senior Lecturer in the School of Teacher Education and Development and Mary Taylor, Head of Programmes at Family Links in the Centre for Emotional Health, discuss the draft Ofsted framework consultation document and how it could affect children throughout their time at school.
Dr Kate Smith looks at why school children are risking detention on Friday to stand-up for their beliefs.
For Children’s Mental Health Week Dr Kristy Howells explains how physical activity should be seen as key to supporting good mental health in young people.