What’s been happening in the news this week?
- Mental health is a part of everything we do and certainly not an extracurricular bolt-on. Join the The Mental Health Foundation the Make it Count campaign to make sure the mental health is high profile and download their Make it Count guide here.
- Education Secretary Damien Hinds spoke at the launch of Confederation of School Trusts to praise the diversity and accountability of academies.
- Ofsted chief Amanda Spielman was at the SCHOOLS NorthEast summit to outline the reasoning behind Ofsted’s proposals for the 2019 education inspection framework.
- The National Trust has lost many friends after deciding to evict Forest Kindergarten in Toys Hill, Kent. The forest school was judged “outstanding” by Ofsted.
- What skills will today’s young people need to be successful? See what NESTA have to say.
- Every two weeks, Best Evidence in Brief comes out by the Institute for Effective Education – check the latest round-up of interesting items of recent education research.
- There is no place for hate in our communities. Watch this film and make sure we don’t let hate crime get a foothold.
"By working together and trying to prevent #Islamophobia, as well as any other form of discrimination, we can improve our world."
Watch this film created by secondary school students in #TowerHamlets, in partnership with @EqualiTeach.
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— Home Office (@ukhomeoffice) October 15, 2018