• Ofsted: Small private school leaders don't know how to improve teaching

    Small private schools are not failing Ofsted inspections because they refuse to teach British values, as the media has suggested, but because their leaders are often unqualified and don’t know how to improve teaching. Ofsted is responsible for inspecting 1,080 non-association private schools, schools that don’t belong to a membership organisation like the Independent Schools

    5.00 Nov. 12th, 2017 | News

  • Promote British values and register home-schooled pupils, Casey review recommends

    A landmark report which was supposed to provide a ‘major review’ of the impact of migration on schools has made just three recommendations relating to education. The Casey review into opportunity and integration has demanded more weight be attached to teaching British values, laws and history in schools, and recommended compulsory registration of pupils outside mainstream education.

    10.17 Dec. 5th, 2016 | News

  • Minority ethnic students are baffled by British values

    Research corner with Dr Alison Davies, associate lecturer at the Open University. What have you been working on? We are in the midst of a longitudinal study compiling and examining the views of young people from minority ethnic backgrounds. We have been gathering their views on things that improve community cohesion and the barriers they

    9.30 Sep. 19th, 2016 | Opinion