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Mondelēz Health for Life programme

Mondelēz Health for Life programme - 07-12-2017

Around 90,000 adults and children in Birmingham have been given the keys to leading healthier lifestyles thanks to a health and wellbeing community programme funded by Mondelēz International, a new report has revealed.
Lets Explore - Soft play sessions available for children with SEND

Lets Explore - Soft play sessions available for children with SEND - 30-11-2017

Lets Explore, the premium soft play centre in Horley, has launched a new play session for Surrey and Sussex children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND).
Wonder Workshop - STEM Survey

Wonder Workshop - STEM Survey - 28-11-2017

Wonder Workshop conducted a survey to find out what parents know about STEM. The results may surprise you...
Barnardos Press Release

Barnardos Press Release - 13-11-2017

Young carers need more support to reduce the risk of being bullied and suffering mental health and well-being problems as a result, according to Barnardo’s, the UK’s largest children’s charity.
Exclusions gathering momentum

Exclusions gathering momentum - 12-10-2017

The rate of exclusions seems to be gathering speed according to data from the DfE and the TES. In the year 2015/16 6,700 children were excluded permanently by schools according to the annual report from the DfE .
Talents of children with poor verbal skills overlooked

Talents of children with poor verbal skills overlooked - 12-10-2017

Learners with high spatial abilities, who tend to think initially in images before converting them into words, can excel in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) subjects.
Children with SEN Are More Psychologically Stressed

Children with SEN Are More Psychologically Stressed - 09-10-2017

Between 18 and 27 per cent of children with SEN have ‘high’ or ‘very high’ psychological difficulties scores compared to between 11 and 13 per cent of children without SEN. A main aspect of this data is peer interaction, where children with SEN reported having much greater peer relationship problems.

Children with SEN Are More Psychologically Stressed - 09-10-2017

Between 18 and 27 per cent of children with SEN have ‘high’ or ‘very high’ psychological difficulties scores compared to between 11 and 13 per cent of children without SEN. A main aspect of this data is peer interaction, where children with SEN reported having much greater peer relationship problems, according to a report by the National Pupil Database.
Schools Are New Target For Ransom Virus

Schools Are New Target For Ransom Virus - 20-07-2017

Schools in the UK are being targeted by a new wave of viral computer ransom attacks encrypting all their financial and pupil records. They are being told that the quicker they respond and pay the ransom, the less they will be forced to pay.
When Disaster Strikes

When Disaster Strikes - 20-07-2017

What can schools do to help young people who have suffered trauma? Justine Wilson-Darke, Senior Operations Manager, Children & Young People Service for London, Victim Support explains.
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