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.
Polly Butterfield-Tracey and William Stow assess the Government’s new national strategy for teacher recruitment and retention and offer an insight into how the South East is facing these challenges.
Dr Kristy Howells and Dr Laura Gubby ask if the newly named Iron Girl event helping to promote inclusivity in sport.
Following a recent survey showing that children in England aren’t achieving the recommended amount of daily activity, Dr Laura Gubby looks at how we improve children’s physical confidence.
Dr Paula Stone explores why she thinks the Government’s policies are affecting children, as a new report outlines more than four million in the UK are now living in poverty.
Dr Kate Smith highlights the importance of supporting children to celebrate Universal Children’s Day.
Patrick Meehan offers an alternative viewpoint to teach younger generations on the outbreak of WW1.
Wendy Cobb, Senior Lecturer in the School of Teacher Education and Development and Bea Stevenson, Head of Emotional Health at School at Family Links, discuss the need to encourage and establish a foundational change in the education system that positions mental health at the heart of all teaching and learning.
Dr Alison Body discusses today’s headteachers rally in central London to demand extra funding for schools.