There is an urgent need to ensure that children and young people are equipped with the knowledge and the skills to stay safe and develop healthy, happy and equal relationships.
Around one fifth of children in Wales lives in poverty, the highest percentage of children in the UK.
Warwick Mansell takes a look at some of the contentious ideas about knowledge that appear to be guiding Ofsted’s view of the curriculum.
Emily Jenkins looks at the crisis in funding and support for children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND).
The Gender Recognition Act 2004 (GRA) governs how trans people can have their identity legally recognised. This was at the time a big step forward – but it’s now really out of date.
Dr Mary Bousted, joint general secretary of the NEU writes about the impact of school funding cuts on pupils with SEND and poor mental health.
Why teachers, parents, unions and schools need to join together and boycott baseline assessment.
The new primary progress measures aren't fairer for children and don’t add up for schools. Anne Heavey explains why.
Ninety-five per cent of SENCOs told us that they need adequate protected time to carry out their role, which means the government must fund schools properly so that heads can provide it.