We are calling on you to let us know what you think about how the government propose action on improving mental health provision for young people. Read more about it here. We have a deadline to respond to… Read More
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Rescue Our School’s co-founder, Madeleine Holt, will be talking to Ed Miliband on Monday 19th February in his much-listened to podcast. Madeleine will be talking about how we are becoming international outliers in developing such a narrow and… Read More
RoS’ Emma Bishton is asking for your thoughts on the Ofsted report, Bold Beginnings. Bold Beginnings was intended to inform what happens in schools, what happens in inspections, and future government education policy about early years. The report, based… Read More
Report on the NUT members meeting in Lambeth last night.
The City of York Council passed an important motion last Thursday night (14th Dec) calling on the Secretary of State for Education to look again at the funding settlement for York which has seen it’s pupils become the… Read More
A report from “School Cuts: What’s the Damage” National Education Union fringe meeting Last Sunday evening Jonny Crawshaw chaired the “School Cuts: What’s the Damage” National Education Union fringe meeting at The Green Party Conference. The panel consisted… Read More
Jonny will be chairing a fringe event on school funding at The Green Party conference in Harrogate on Sunday 8th oct at 6pm. Panel includes Kevin Courtney, a rep from FFFAS & Green Party education spokesperson, Vix… Read More
Thanks for taking a copy of our manifesto Angela, we hope you like it and will pledge your support. We would love to meet with you – we have loads of ideas !
Madeleine Holt- Rescue Our Schools co-founder spoke to a packed room at this festival today, alongside Melissa Benn and Christine Blower about the National Education Service. A four day festival of politics, art, music and culture across nine… Read More