In March last year, the government’s decision to cancel GCSE and A-level exams cast a looming uncertainty over UK students – how would grades be awarded? Would qualifications be awarded at all? Whilst 2020 students […]
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’.
McIntosh retired from the School of Chemical and Process Engineering in 2014 and is currently the director of the organisation Truth In Science, which produced the film.
Of all the areas of life that have been affected by the Coronavirus Pandemic, education must be one of the worst. Back in March, schools were forced to close, with children potentially losing entire years’ […]
England and Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford’s campaign to extend the free school meals programme over the holidays has been bolstered in the last few weeks as local authorities, small businesses and residents came together […]
“The abandonment of care-provision was so extensive that Liberal Democrat leader Ed Davey MP told Prime Minister Boris Johnson at PMQs that his government may have even breached international law.” Tristan Griffith reports on the […]
Emma Ferguson looks at the return to face to face teaching and how little is being done to facilitate the vulnerable.
With the mad nightlife newfound freedom and that comes with university, it’s no surprise that drug use is prominent in uni culture. Most shockingly, it is also becoming more common in school years. Huge concern […]
Charity ‘Cancer Research UK’ is inviting primary and secondary schools in Leeds to take part in the Race for Life. This racing event helps to fund much needed cancer research with the intention of trying […]
ACCORDING to 70 doctors and health experts, rugby is “a high impact, collision sport” and therefore tackling should be banned in school rugby, in order to prevent injuries to the children who play. This has undoubtedly […]
When I was in primary school, “That’s so gay” used to echo around the playground as frequently as the dreaded cries of: “Tig, your it!” and “Bulldog!” For my peers and me, “gay” was a […]