Dorset County Council are “concerned with the potential impact (Carillion’s collapse) may have on Carillion’s supply chain” as cabinet office minister, David Lidington, announces support for small firms will end in 48 hours. Dorset County Council are concerned that some of their contracted suppliers will be affected by the collapse of the second largest construction […]
An article about smartphone addictions in the classroom and whether a school smartphone ban is on the cards in the UK
Losing the Arts is a documentary about the issues and topics surrounding UK schools cutting Drama and Performing Arts from curriculums.
Lucie Stephens, whose mother died of Mesothelioma, is calling for greater transparency regarding asbestos in schools.
A Freedom of Information request has found that 86 per cent of schools across the country still have asbestos – including 104 in Dorset.
Poole people Councilor, Mark Howell, has slammed head teachers and the council in the area for not realising that there is a problem with the schools. His comments come amid several negative reports on schools in the area including Ofsted giving schools a poor rating and expulsion rates quadrupling. The Councilor, elected in December 2010, […]
A Dorset project is pushing for Islam to be a compulsory part of the Religious Education curriculum in Poole and Bournemouth. As the current RE syllabus for the local area is being reviewed, Faith Links, an inter faith project for Bournemouth and Poole, believes it is essential that local schools properly educate their students about […]