Dr Claire E. Hughes, Principal Lecturer and Faculty Director of Special Education Needs and Inclusion, explains why autism should be celebrated and appreciated, not cured.
Dr Jonathan Barnes and Alex Ntung explore how activities such as dance, drama and art can help migrant children regain confidence and trust and lead to successful integration.
Professor Amelia Hadfield welcomes Sam Gyimah, MP, Minister for Higher Education, to the University and starts the ball rolling with a few questions.
Dr Catherine Meehan responds to the Government’s announcement that it is asking parents and young people what should be covered in new relationship and sex education guidelines.
Professor Berry Billingsley explains how work at Christ Church is supporting students to ask questions on topics to help their understanding of the world around them.
Dr Catherine Meehan responds to the recent bullying guidance issued by the Church of England to its schools.
Professor Amelia Hadfield responds to a recent Daily Mail article which offered an opinion on the Jean Monnet structure and a recent writing competition at the University.
Teacher apprenticeships: a well thought out policy or a desperate measure to address a national crisis?
Kerry Jordan-Daus from the Faculty of Education asks if apprenticeships can help with recruiting and training new teachers.
Professor Trevor Cooling looks at today’s report on RE in schools by the Commission on Religious Education and asks: is it a game changer?
Kerry Jordan-Daus and William Stow from the Faculty of Education offer a solution to the current crisis of teacher recruitment and retention.