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New Research Shows Nature Makes Kids Happier

As my own anecdotal experience tells me (as a big advocate for taking our children hiking in the local woodlands.) Research has now been able to demonstrate a scientific link between being out and about in nature and feeling good. A study released on Wednesday in the journal Frontiers in Psychology researchers studied the direct

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Finland’s Excellent Education Should Be Emulated

Jeremy Corbyn recently called out the Finnish education system as the one we should aim to emulate in this country. Michael Moore produced a documentary detailing the quality of Finland’s education system and media across the world have since been abound with details of the unique Finnish scholastic approach. With political leaders citing other countries

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Meet The School Putting Mental Health First

A film by Daniel Gordon has been released lauding one London Primary School for introducing a series of measures to combat the growing trend of poor mental health in children. [You can watch the video here] Highgate Primary School, has embraced several innovative measures to improve their pupils mental well-being, from dogs in the playground,

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To Test or Not To Test? 4 Year Old To Sit Exams

The same week the vast majority of teachers have moved against high stake primary school testing such as SAT’s via a ballot of members at the UK’s largest Education Union another news piece has surfaced indicating that the majority of Head teachers are against mandatory baseline testing of primary school children on entry to primary

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News: Academy Head Instructed to Cheat Sat’s

BBC Panorama has reported that an Academy head ordered her staff to cheat on Sat’s tests. Suzanne Barham spoke to TV documentary Panorama and details how she was instructed to provide the answers to pupils that were struggling in the 11 year old test environment. “We were told to go and work with specific children

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SEN Kids More Likely To Get Solitary or Expelled

The Guardian has reported that a mother has decided to bring legal action following her daughter’s suicide attempt in a UK school’s “isolation room.” The woman whose child cannot be named is set to take action against the government. The child has autistic spectrum disorder and spent over a month in the isolation room, expected

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Labour Say No To Primary SAT’s Twitter Reacts

Friendships were no doubt destroyed yesterday as twitter erupted in tweets for and against the use of SATs in primary schools following Jeremy Corbyn’s announcement of Labours pledge to abolish Primary School formal tests if they were elected.   In front of National Education Union in Liverpool Corbyn delivered the news to loud cheering and

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