This report reveals that although all year groups have struggled to reach age related expectations due to the pandemic, it is the youngest children whose learning has had the most significant drop.
Lord Jim Knight and Somerset secondary headteacher Shonogh Pilgrim suggest how school leaders can build on the positives that emerged during lockdown
Sue Williamson insists that school libraries’ role in education and inclusion has actually increased during the Pandemic
The government does not appear to have considered this special group of children at all in its face mask policy. We republish the advice of Ian Noon, of the Deaf Children’s Society for teachers and parents
It is not simply Boris that is the problem. The cause of our malaise as a country goes much deeper and has just been exposed by Covid-19 writes Howard Sharron, ,editor of School Leadership Today
Almost all teachers have reported that their pupils will need additional support to ‘catch up’ with lost learning during lockdown
This NFER report provides a unique snapshot of home learning activities at a specific point in time – after the first month of home schooling.
This report by the Petitions Committee calls on the Government to take urgent action and review the support for universities and students in the face of the greatest challenge they have faced for generations.
This report from the Education Policy Institute provides a series of policy recommendations to government to prevent a widening of the disadvantage gap following the pandemic.
Unesco has advised the UK to look to Europe for guidance on sending children back to school, But, as Simon Sharron reports, Europe is divided and at odds over the science.