Youth Voice on School Exclusions
Emerging from the positive and negative experiences young people have shared in this report are some key principles to underpin a school system which has vulnerable young people at its heart.
Gaps in teachers’ or staff’s understanding of pupils’ needs has a negative impact on children’s experiences at school and their learning and development.
Teaching Teachers During COVID-19
While COVID-19 has been an immense challenge for partnerships and their trainees, the move to remote training and remote teaching has stimulated deeper and more connected thinking about the ITE curriculum
Using Pisa 2018 to Inform Policy: Learning From the Republic of Ireland
This report highlights two major, long-term policy initiatives, which policy experts identified as instrumental in driving reading improvement in the Republic of Ireland and contributing to the historically strong levels of basic literacy over many years.
What Kids Are Reading
The report found that while the number of books read overall dropped 17% in the year to July 2020, compared with the previous year, children read more during lockdowns and school closures.
The Impact of COVID-19 on School Starters: Parent and School Concerns About Children Starting School
Data from 50,000 pupils and a survey of schools across England have shown an increased number of four- and five-year-olds needing help with language.
Office of the Independent Adjudicator (OIA) Annual Report
This report details the number of cases the OIA has reviewed over the past year, including examples relating to course delivery, and the impact of Covid-19.