Creative Teaching & Learning


I recently read with interest of the British Government’s plans for the surveillance of all children, including information on whether they eat five portions of fruit and vegetables a day. The Children Act 2004 gave the Government powers to create a huge database full of information on children, but the potential for erroneous investigations by social services or the police into thousands of children and their families is truly alarming.

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