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everything curriculum | January 2018


An educational roundup of news and current affairs for schools


Government proposals on children and young people’s mental health


The government has published proposals to improve mental health support for children and young people in England. Over £300 million has been made available to fund them. Read more at the Department for Education


£45m boost for young people with SEND


The government has announced a package of support with nearly £45m to provide additional help for children with special education needs and disabilities (SEND). Read more at Education Executive


Children should be taught social media etiquette and ethics


Research by Nominet finds that 14 per cent of those born after 1997 say that their health has been negatively affected by social media. Teachers are recognising the problem, with nearly three- quarters believing that social media etiquette and ethics should be taught in schools, yet only a minority (36 per cent) do so. Read more at Education Business


Plans to further boost teacher recruitment and development


Staff at the National College for Teaching and Leadership and the Department for Education will combine into one team to help better align efforts to attract the best and brightest into the profession, and support teachers at every stage of their career. Read more at the Department for Education


PSHE lessons improve pupils’ grades, study finds


Taking lessons in personal, social, health and economic (PSHE) education boosts pupils’ grades, according to new research. This is particularly true of pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds, according to the review of more than 1,200 studies related to the subject. Read more at TES


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