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A recent survey from the consumer group “Which?” confirmed previous reports that university students don’t think they’re getting value for money. The fact that it’s a consumer group compiling such a report speaks volumes in itself. Since the demise of … Continue reading
Tagged 3Di Associates, A levels, academies, commercialised education, Free Schools, league tables, managing independent learning, Michael Gove, Ofsted, Student fees, Sutton Trust, Top universities and lower income students, Value for money in universities, Which?, Which? survey Universities Value for Money
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Ofsted was back in the news over the weekend due to its inspection of certain schools in Tower Hamlets that had previously been judged as “outstanding”. Inspectors now “discover” that there are significant problems with safeguarding and potential threats of … Continue reading
Tagged British Values, British values and education, British values and schools, From Outstanding to Special Measures, Islamic schools in Tower Hamlets, Nicky Morgan, Ofsted, Ofsted and Radicalisation, Radicalisation of pupils, Section 5 insepctions, Sir John Cass Foundation School, Sir Michael Wilshaw, Tower Hamlets
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This week we’ve reached the third anniversary of 3D Eye; this is blog post 555. Three years ago we had no experience of publishing on WordPress, and we had limited previous experience of writing for blogs. It’s been an active … Continue reading
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“They shall not grow old, as we that are left grow old Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning We will remember them.” “For the Fallen” – … Continue reading
Tagged A.E. Housman, armistice, Charlotte Mew, Dylan Thomas, Edgell Rickword, Ernest Hemingway, G.K. Chesterton, John McCrae, Laurence Binyon, Menin Gate, Paul Cummins, Philip Larkin, Remembrance Day, Remembrance Sunday, Robert Graves, Rupert Brooke, Siegried Sassoon, Thomas Hardy, Tom Piper, Tower of London poppies, Tower of London Poppy Installation, Tyne Cot Cemetery, Vera Brittain, War Poems, War Poets, Wilfred Owen, World War One, WW1, Ypres
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Last week we shared some thoughts regarding the two reports on the mental health of children and young people that were published within a few days of one another. The House of Commons Health Committee report on Children’s and Adolescents’ … Continue reading
Tagged CAMHS, Categories of abuse, Child Abuse, commons select committee, Commons Select Committee on Health, Duty to promote wellbeing, Education Act 2004, Eleanor de Freitas, Health and wellbeing, Health and Wellbeing Boards, mental health, Mental Health Advice to Schools, Neglect, NSPCC, Ofsted, Reports of suicide, UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, Universal support for wellbeing, Will Cornick