Impacts of a Standing Desk Intervention Within an English Primary School Classroom
Providing a standing desk to every primary school child in a UK classroom can reduce sitting time throughout most of the academic year, according to a new study.
The Impact of Lockdown on Children’s Education: A Nationwide Analysis
The attainment gap between pupils eligible for pupil premium and those who are not has widened significantly.
A Critical Juncture for Public Services: Lessons From COVID-19
Disadvantaged and vulnerable children face a higher risk of abuse and dropping further behind due to Covid-19 school closures.
Changes in Children and Young People’s Mental Health Symptoms From March To October 2020
This study highlighted that children with special education needs and/or neurodevelopmental differences and those from lower income household displayed consistently elevated behavioural, emotional and restlessness/ attentional difficulties over the course of the pandemic.
Mental Health of Children and Young People in England, 2020
Since the onset of the Coronavirus(COVID-19) pandemic in the UK in March 2020, children and young people have experienced major changes in their lives. These have affected their family situation as well as their access to education, leisure and other services.
College of the Future
This UK-wide report sets out eleven recommendations for reform and renewal of the college systems, with three key recommendations.
Our Careers, Our Future
The pandemic is effecting – and in some cases, constraining – young people’s careers aspirations.
Re-Thinking Youth Participation for the Present and Next Generation: Education To Employment
Private school pupils are five times more likely than state school pupils to have had at least four online lessons a day. They are also four times more likely to have spent more than five hours a day on schoolwork.