City College Brighton and Hove was found to be “good” during its inspection by the official watchdog Ofsted last month. Inspectors provided feedback at the end of their two-day inspection and – once their findings have been moderated – the official rating and report will be published. The full
A theme in both this report, the findings of Ofsted, and recurring in research over time points to the importance of engaging parents, carers and families in their children’s learning, especially up to the age of 11.
Caine prize-winner Namwali Serpell. Rather than keep her £10,000 award, the winner of this year's Caine prize for African writing, Namwali Serpell, decided to share her prize money with the four other shortlisted authors. Explaining her decision, Serpell said: "It is very awkward to be placed into this position of competition with other writers you respect immensely and you feel yourself put into a sort of American Idol or racehorse situation when, actually, you all want to support each…
"teachers should get boys to tell girls what they find attractive", says 'Body Wars' author Aric Sigman. No!!! The solution to girls' "neuroses" is to stop treating them like things for boys to choose, use & objectify. & Sigman is a bell.