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What the complacent West must learn from Ukraine’s fight for democracy...

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Twenty years ago, Bernard Trafford worked with the Council of Europe on its Education for Democracy (EDC) project designed to “prepare young people to...

IS CHEAPER BOOZE REALLY MORE IMPORTANT TO MINISTERS THAN ARTS OPPORTUNITIES...

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According to the well-informed online education paper Schools Week (11th November), “Ministers stand accused of prioritising ‘cuts to beer and prosecco over opportunities for...

“Here’s another fine mess you’ve gotten us into, Gavin!”

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Remember Laurel and Hardy? Their immortal moments of knockabout slapstick comedy were predictable but always hilarious. If they were set the task of carrying...

Amid continuing EduChaos, exam candidates should keep calm and be cautious

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Amid continuing EduChaos, exam candidates should keep calm and be cautious Ten days ago here on Voice of the North, former headteacher Bernard Trafford wrote...

Boris’s billions for building may boost schools but baffle parents

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Following the Prime Minister’s statement on Tuesday outlining his vision for an expansionist, prosperous future, Thursday is scheduled to bring an announcement from the...

Children’s education stuck in the Northern Poorhouse: but whose fault is...

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This post is based on an education blog originally published in the Tes online on 4th February Too many children in the North are not...

OUR CHILDREN’S MENTAL HEALTH: The elephant in the classroom

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Caro Fentiman explains why mental health must be on the curriculum MENTAL HEALTH is suddenly on everyone’s curriculum, and not before time. The Conservative manifesto pledges...