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Grades without exams: getting equality duties right

In the second of our three-part ‘Grades without Exams’ series, we explored the equality issues arising from the process for determining grades without exams in summer 2021.

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16 March 2021 Covid’s costly impact on school attendance – March 2021 update

From 8 March 2021 attendance at school is once again mandatory - we look at the updates to the attendance guidance for schools.

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1 March 2021 Laptops and lifelines

As lockdown continues, technology shortages mean many pupils do not have the laptops or equipment they need to engage in remote learning.

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Legal update

3 December 2020 Covid’s costly impact on school attendance

From the start of the autumn term it has been a national priority to keep education settings open full-time. Attendance numbers have suffered during the pandemic (particularly amongst 11 to 18-year olds) and pupil numbers are at their lowest since re-opening.

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2 September 2020 Managing pupil behaviour

The majority of pupils have returned to school, it may well seem a very different place and adapting to being back in a school setting will not come easily to some.

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Legal update

18 June 2020 Mental Health and student behaviour issues

Three quarters of mental health problems in adult life start before the age of 18. The top tips below outline what you should consider when managing and seeking to address behavioural problems with a child with mental health issues.

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Legal update

18 June 2020 Mental health in times of Covid-19

It will be important to include an element of mental health awareness and planning in the return to school provisions being compiled as part of the requirement for the prevention of mental health disorders.

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Legal update

15 June 2020 The introduction of relationships and sex education in schools - September 2020

The Relationships Education, Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) and Health Education (England) Regulations came into force in 2019. The regulations make the teaching of these subjects compulsory in schools (specific elements being phase dependant) from September 2020.

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15 July 2019 Relationships and sex education in schools

After a period of consultation and discussion with many organisations dating back to 2017, the Department for Education has now published its statutory guidance on relationships education, relationships and sex education and health education.

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Schools and Raising Money for Charities

Traditionally there are many ways for schools to raise money for charity: bake sales, non-uniform days and throwing wet sponges at teachers.

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