Monthly Archives: April 2014

More Than 90 Pupils a Day ‘Excluded For Attacking Staff’

With the recent death of the teacher in Leeds 2 days ago, figures have been brought to light that show an equivalent of 90 children a day excluded for assaulting adults. Schoolchildren were expelled or suspended 17,520 times for physically

A Teacher Murdered In Front of Her Pupils

A teenage pupil has been arrested after a female teacher was stabbed to death in front of other students at a secondary school in Leeds earlier on Monday. It breaks our heart that this teacher, Anne Maguire would have left

Infants ‘Unable To Use Toy Building Blocks’ Due To iPad Addiction

The Association of Teachers and Lecturers warn that rising numbers of children are unable to perform simple tasks such as using building blocks because of overexposure to iPads. According to teachers, rising numbers of infants lack the motor skills needed

Parents Rights

5 Things Every Parent Has the Right to Know. Do you agree?

50 Things Money Can’t Buy

We concur! Money can’t buy everything! Interesting facts!

Bringing Out the Best in Our Children

The date is 17th May 2014! The time is 10am-1pm. The place is Beckton, East London. Come and join us for breakfast with a mixture of vital information sharing between parents and education professionals. Information is Power and we love

Changes to SATs Tests In 2014

A new format and timing (one hour) for the level 3-5 English reading test A ban on calculators in the level 3-5 maths tests The percentage of children achieving level 6 will be shown in school league tables for the

SATs Tests 2014

We have only 18 Days to go till the next set of SATs tests. If your child is in Year 2 or Year 6 they will be having some form of tests very soon. Many schools run ‘unofficial’ optional SATs