In which I basically go on a bit about the problem of finding schools as a private renter

It had been particularly bad morning. A morning made all the worse by running a bit late, having to contend with very heavy rain and walking against a tide of parents and children trying to get to the school 4 doors away from my house while I was trying to get my child to her … More In which I basically go on a bit about the problem of finding schools as a private renter

Inequality in Education-Why I’m for the use of contextual data in university admissions

N.B The links in the text will lead you to very interesting reports and articles backing up the points made. Please take a look if you have time ‘Zoe’ is a bright and articulate 11 year old living with both her parents who due to illness have been unable to find paid work for much … More Inequality in Education-Why I’m for the use of contextual data in university admissions

Poverty discrimination in schools-how much of a problem is it?

When I was 7 my dad was unemployed for a while. My parents cushioned us from the blow to the extent that they were able but still a few events from that time are forged in my memory. They are all connected with school. The somewhat blatant question asked of me by my teacher in … More Poverty discrimination in schools-how much of a problem is it?