NEWS & EVENTS

New research identifies possibilities for building back better in education for young people with SEND

New research identifies possibilities for building back better in education for young people with SEND

A study from the University of Sussex, School of Education and Social Work, has been released today entitled ‘Happier in his own clothes’.

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Covid-19: Impact on young people’s mental health.

Covid-19: Impact on young people’s mental health.

This article examines the impact the pandemic has had on young people’s mental health, and what the Government’s response is.

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Guidance on the use of face coverings for schools and other education institutions that teach people in years 7 and above in England.

Guidance on the use of face coverings for schools and other education institutions that teach people in years 7 and above in England.

This guidance is intended to support early years and childcare providers, schools, including alternative provision, and colleges with advice on the use of face coverings.

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Mentoring Impact

Mentoring Impact

Research confirms that quality mentoring relationships have powerful positive effects on young people in a variety of personal, academic, and professional situations.

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‘Forgotten. Left Behind. Overlooked.’ APPG report on experiences of young people with SEND

‘Forgotten. Left Behind. Overlooked.’ APPG report on experiences of young people with SEND

The experiences of young people with SEND and their educational transitions during the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020

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Anne Longfield’s final speech as Children’s Commissioner challenges the Prime Minister to show he is serious about putting children at the heart of ‘building back better’

Anne Longfield’s final speech as Children’s Commissioner challenges the Prime Minister to show he is serious about putting children at the heart of ‘building back better’

Children’s Commissioner for England calls for a new “Covid Covenant” of education and wellbeing support in every community to help children and young people recover from the pandemic

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