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9 December 2019 UK universities receive fire and safety complaints

Statistics released by Eaton indicate that 1 in 4 Universities have received complaints about fire safety issues or building evacuation procedures from students, staff or members of the public in the last 5 years.

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20 May 2019 DfE to issue more guidance on Sex Education and parents rights

The DfE has recently laid its draft Regulations on Relations, Sex and Health Education before Parliament and has published accompanying draft statutory guidance.

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4 March 2019 Link between exclusions and knife-crime?

Recent press coverage of an increase in knife attacks has raised concerns over what can be done to tackle what is fast becoming a national crisis.

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21 June 2017 Responding to the heatwave

The recent heatwave has caused challenges for staff and pupils alike. What duties do schools have to protect them from excessive heat?

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19 April 2013 Lessons for school trips

Fourteen-year-old Charlotte Shaw drowned while on a school expedition to Dartmoor in 2007.

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14 November 2012 Should schools be condemned for introducing health and safety to children?

Dedham Primary School, Essex has recently been mocked for an activity involving reception class children being sent to risk assess their outdoor play area.

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23 July 2012 Teacher not expected to be ‘all-seeing’ - Common Sense Prevails?

The Court of Appeal has overturned a court’s previous decision to award a schoolboy damages of £21,000 for injuries caused to his face when he was hit with a golf club by a fellow pupil during a PE lesson.

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