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Russell Brand is wrong: young people should vote and schools should do more to encourage them

Germ Janmaat

Britain has the dubious reputation of topping the league table on the generation gap in voting. In no other western country is the difference between old and young people so large. 705 more words

Further Higher And Lifelong Education

Bringing a Futures Perspective into Education

I was doing a reading for one of my classes the other day. It was from the UNESCO website for teaching and learning for a sustainable future. 399 more words

Going Global


Dear Parents,

We thank you for your co-operation and for the cardboard you got to school.  Since many of you asked if we need more, we kindly inform you that the pie is taking shape and we do not need any more cardboard:) 12 more words

Jr 3a


Dear All,

We urgently need big pieces of cardboard from boxes to assemble our pie.  If anyone can bring some to school we would be very grateful!


Ms Jackie

Jr 3a

Carnival around the world

Dear Parents, Guardians,

During our C.E. lessons we are discussing Carnival.  We have discovered some interesting facts about carnivals celebrated around the world.  The children looked very interested.   66 more words

Jr 3a

Colleges and violent extremism

I work in a large inner city sixth form college with 2,600 students in London’s 3rd most socio-economically deprived borough where unemployment, poverty and homelessness are more common than average. 1,465 more words

Education Policy

Citizenship Education: Making Students Good Citizens, Not Only Good People

Ken Osborne states, “Schools have largely succeeded in educating children to be good people but have been much less successful in turning them into good citizens.”

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