Topic: Education

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Giving every child a chance
4-Nov-2020 12:49

SEND Emergency Legislation
21-Aug-2020 12:03

Blog Articles

Schools without a home
25 September 2018 08:12 Warwick Mansell


National newsletter: EducationEye, March 2017
info 23-Mar-2017 18:22
Prospect's newsletter for members in Education and Children's Services. Contents include: schools funding crisis, government's early years workforce strategy, school improvement funding changes, teacher shortages, how Prospect is supporting members, the need for qualified EY staff, Scottish schools, and "selective" comprehensives

News release: Scottish schools shake-up must value local authority input
info 6-Jan-2017 11:10
Scottish schools shake-up must value local authority input, says Prospect union

National newsletter: EducationEye, November 2016
info 2-Dec-2016 16:17
Prospect's journal for members in education and children's services. Contents include: Standards will suffer as councils lose school improvement funding; shortage of qualified nursery teachers; Scottish Government plans for the governance of schools; grammar schools: the great divide; Information, Advice and Support Services for children and young people with SEND; lessons from recent Uber case; TUC report; briefings; subject associations round-up

National newsletter: EducationEye, July 2016
info 6-Jul-2016 11:55
Magazine for members of Prospect's Education and Children's Services group. Contents include: system-wide failings let down children with SEND; children's professionals come together; forced academies – what now?; serious questions about "free" childcare extension; children let down by mental health services; school building defects in Edinburgh; education debate at national conference, plus more.

News release: New standards for school improvement
info 14-May-2014 10:37
School improvement professionals unveil new standards

News release: Early years measures not backed by evidence
info 29-Jan-2013 16:05
Early years measures not backed by evidence, says Prospect