Race Disparity Audit
The Race Disparity Audit examines how people of different backgrounds are treated across areas including health, education, employment and the criminal justice system. This DfE analytical report gives an overview of the first set of findings from the Audit. Leadership Briefing 12.02 (134)
Breaking The Link Between School Exclusion And Social Exclusion
As mental ill health in young people rises, and more children are subject to interaction with social care services each year, more children are being educated in the alternative provision sector for excluded pupils. This IPPR report advocates that a programme should be established which develops expertise in the teaching profession, connecting exceptional teachers to schools for excluded children, and creates a community of leaders to drive increasing inclusion throughout our education system. Leadership Briefing 12.02 (134)
Racial Prejudice In Britain Today
This NatCen research reveals one in four people in Britain admit to being prejudiced towards people of other races. Data from British Social Attitudes Survey shows the trend in social liberalism continues to accelerate, even among traditionally conservative groups such as older people and the religious. Leadership Briefing 12.02 (134)
The Multi-Agency Response To Children Living With Domestic Abuse
This Ofsted report examines the multi-agency response to children living with domestic abuse, along with inspections of local area services. Leadership Briefing 12.02 (134)
Phonics Screening Check And Key Stage 1 Assessments In England, 2017
This DfE statistical first release (SFR) provides data about the attainment of pupils in the 2017 phonics screening check and key stage 1 national curriculum teacher assessments. Leadership Briefing 12.02 (134)
Language As A Child Wellbeing Indicator
This report from the Early Intervention Foundation has recommended that early language be considered when assessing the gap between children in low-income families and their less disadvantaged peers. Leadership Briefing 12.02 (134)
Supporting a brain-injured child on the return to school
When a child suffers a brain injury, in particular after an accident, it can be difficult for them to reintegrate back into school. They could suffer from cognitive issues, behavioural difficulties and a lack of confidence and need that extra support to ensure they can succeed at the best of their ability. Here, Caroline Klage, Head of Child Brain Injury at Bolt Burdon Kemp, provides legal advice on how children with a brain injury should be supported when back to school.
Science At Key Stage 3 And Key Stage 4
This Estyn report considers a range of factors, such as the quality of teaching and assessment, curriculum planning, staff development, and curricular and extra-curricular learning experiences, that contribute to improving standards in science.
Implication Of Subject Choice On University Entry
This report by the Centre for Longitudinal Studies asks what role does enjoyment and students' perception of ability play in social disparities in subject choices at university?