Pupil support and safeguarding news
Run, hide, tell: advice for young peopleCounter Terrorism Police launch their first ever safety campaign aimed at children and teenagers.
04 October 2017
You're never too young to talk mental health - free teaching resourcesThe Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families have created new resources to support the mental health of pupils in year 5 to 6.
26 September 2017
National survey and competition about children's career aspirationsNAHT is excited to announce that we are undertaking a landmark national survey, in partnership with the TES, the charity Education and Employers, and University College London Institute of Education,...
22 September 2017
Public Health England launch Rise Above for SchoolsPublic Health England to boost student health, wellbeing and resilience with Rise Above for Schools
19 September 2017
Asbestos - understand the risks with a free e-learning moduleHelp your governors and staff to understand the risks posed by asbestos better
11 September 2017
New Sport England survey to understand how children engage in physicalSport England's new survey will provide a world-leading approach to understanding how children engage with sport and physical activity.
04 September 2017
New research on mental health support and character educationTwo new pieces of research from the Department for Education on mental health support and character education.
21 August 2017
Key messages from the Centre of Expertise on Child Sexual AbuseKey messages for professionals in school settings from the Centre of Expertise on Child Sexual Abuse.
17 July 2017
JUAC Asbestos in Schools ConferenceA JUAC conference (4 July 2017) aims to raise awareness and call for urgent action on asbestos in schools.
04 July 2017
New Stonewall report: experiences of LGBT pupils in Britain's schoolsStonewall has published new research into the experiences of over 3,700 lesbian, gay, bi and trans (LGBT) pupils in Britain's schools.
29 June 2017