Let’s start an education revolution! 5th- 8th November, 2020 (online)

What’s next for your children’s future? Increasing numbers of our children and young people are facing mental health issues. The global pandemic has exacerbated the challenges of an already broken system. How can we best support our children and young people, especially in uncertain times? We're delighted to share this special event from our friends at … Continue reading Let’s start an education revolution! 5th- 8th November, 2020 (online)

Children raised in greener areas have higher IQ, study finds

Research also found lower levels of difficult behaviour in rich and poor neighbourhoods Growing up in a greener urban environment boosts children’s intelligence and lowers levels of difficult behaviour, a study has found. The analysis of more than 600 children aged 10-15 showed a 3% increase in the greenness of their neighbourhood raised their IQ … Continue reading Children raised in greener areas have higher IQ, study finds

Celebration of children’s right to play, from your doorsteps

Make a Big Noise for Playday 2:00pm Wednesday 5 August 2020 Big Playday events aren’t being held this year. So, Play Wales, Play England, Play Scotland and Playboard Northern Ireland need your help to celebrate Playday in your community. They are calling on families, childcare and play settings, and communities across the UK to join … Continue reading Celebration of children’s right to play, from your doorsteps

New Report – London’s post-16 trajectories

On the day that Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak announced his support for young people, the Mayor of London's Education and Youth team launched its new report 'London’s post-16 trajectories'. It recommends better careers education, information, advice and guidance (CEIAG) and less emphasis on the academic route and more on alternative career paths more on … Continue reading New Report – London’s post-16 trajectories