I’m sure we have all known, or had, children who have been – at one stage or another – picky eaters. Last week on Radio 4’s Women’s Hour the subject of children’s ‘Fussy eating’ was highlighted and discussed by Ciara Atwell, mum and blogger of ‘My Fussy Eater’ and Jackie Blisset of Coventry University. So what… Continue reading 5 Tips for helping your fussy eater
Let’s hope more local authorities look for solutions to this problem, promoting the value of education and attendance alongside the importance of quality family time, wellbeing and real world learning experiences.
So – at last! On 28th March 2017 (two days ago), the Education Secretary Justine Greening sent a letter to the chairman on the Education Select Committee to clarify on the worth/equivalency of Grades 1 – 9, against the old grading system of A* - G.
PACEY'S 2nd annual Building Blocks Report highlights huge challenges for the childcare sector.
I’m looking forward to attending ‘Education Question Time’ tomorrow evening at Brunel University, London. The debate is to be chaired by journalist and broadcaster Victoria Derbyshire and a panel of experts. It promises to be a very lively debate! I will be writing a follow-up report on events and the general feeling from being part of this.