• We've got £200m to help solve youth crime - here's how schools can apply

    Schools across the country are doing their best to respond to issues outside their gates, as we see more teenagers being drawn in to crime and violence. According to the latest government figures, the number of convictions among 10-17 year olds has gone up by over 50 percent between 2014 and 2018. Understandably, schools are

    19.32 Jun. 26th, 2019 | Opinion

  • Fact check: What are the links between school exclusions and knife crime?

    School exclusions are in the news again this week after a group of police chiefs and London’s mayor demanded action from the government to tackle knife crime. In a letter to Theresa May, Sadiq Khan and seven police and crime commissioners linked a “broken” school exclusion system in England to a rise in knife crime.

    18.20 Mar. 7th, 2019 | News

  • Teachers 'in danger' as schools step up to tackle knife crime

    Schools are being forced to put teachers in harm’s way in the battle to keep pupils safe from knife crime as police cuts bite, a Schools Week investigation has found. Headteachers have also rejected recent calls for schools to stagger the times they send pupils home to tackle violence between pupils in the evenings, instead

    5.00 Nov. 9th, 2018 | News