‘For millions of children across the country, the lasting effects of this virus will be something they will battle for the rest of their lives.’ Tharushi Wijesiri investigates how online teaching is increasing inequality across the country.
Jess Tait explores the conflict between teachers and the government throughout the pandemic. Whilst both agree that education is important, ‘this foundation does not seem to bring them together’.
With Scotland’s smacking ban coming in to force, Jess Tait explores the age old debate of when discipline becomes harm.
With the motion for free school meals until Easter 2021 defeated and many children in the UK risking not receiving proper nutrition, Bea Turner looks into government spending to determine whether there really is no money for free school meals.
The Kardashians are one of the most famous families in the world with multiple reality shows, make-up lines and fashion brands with a collective networth entering the billions. What happens when the family is also […]
Leeds Council is planning to launch a special, fee-free school in Headingley. The new establishment would be called the Specialist Inclusive Learning Centre (SILC) and it would substitute the current Grammar School at Rose Court, […]
It is time for corporal punishment against children to end, in all settings. Yet the nature of its prohibition must set an example of the understanding and composure with which the discipline of children should […]
Every transferable disease or illness comes with a vaccination to prevent its spread. With this in mind, it is alarming that the rate of children being vaccinated is decreasing year by year. According to the […]
The children’s toy industry has recently come into the spotlight in a world that is increasingly celebrating the positive effects of being inclusive. In a bid to put an end to sexist gender stereotypes, Barbie […]
Following calls from a number of health experts, dieticians and scientists to ban the sale of energy drinks to minors, it seems as if such requests are not going unheard. Many of Britain’s favourite retailers […]
Having thoroughly enjoyed the one-off documentary, ‘The Secret Life of 4 Year Olds’, that was first aired on Channel 4 last February, I was delighted when the faces of yet more adorable infants returned to […]
When I was little, there was a patch of grass at the bottom of my garden where nothing would grow. It was a big round patch of black, scorched ground where, it turned out, my […]