Over the years the issue of health and safety of children while on school trips has attracted much debate.
Schools that embark upon overseas expeditions, visits or exchange programmes owe a duty of care towards their pupils (when on visits) and overseas pupils (who visit) and to act in loco parentis.
* All after-school clubs must be registered with Ofsted if the club caters for children of eight years old and under and runs for more than two hours.
A lot of parents take children on holiday during term time when it is cheaper and less busy. Is this lawful?
Food that is provided to schools by their local authorities must meet national nutrition standards and must be regularly available, meaning high-quality meat, poultry or oily fish, at least t
Terry Haydn explores the cost of classroom disruption on pupils and teachers and provides a 10-level scale to assess what's going on in your class
If there’s one thing that will help newly qualified teachers get through their induction year successfully, it’s constructive feedback.
After doing a couple of PGCE placements, most new teachers can’t wait to have their own classes and start settling into school.
Have you thought about how much you will be using your voice as a new teacher - day in day out, in all weathers and in a whole range of physical, acoustic and emotional environments
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