The “unwritten agreement” between parents and schools in England has broken since the Covid crisis, according to Ofsted’s chief inspector, Amanda Spielman, with pupil absences remaining stubbornly high and disruptive behaviour now more common.
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Parents and carers struggling with the issue of school refusal said Covid-19 lockdowns had an impact on their children, Action For Children found.
But the research suggests that the learning gap suffered by young pupils as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic is starting to narrow.
Since the pandemic, more parents are keeping children at home. Queen’s Park primary, Bedford, is one of the state schools trying to reverse the trend.
Almost half of school leaders say the government’s national tutoring programme (NTP), set up to help pupils in England catch up after Covid, is not cost-effective, according to a new survey.
Årets studenter har studerat under coronapandemin och springer nu ut genom skolans dörrar till en ekonomisk skakig tid under ett pågående krig i närområdet. Men är det verkligen så dystert för studenterna som det låter? Hör Rikard Molander, analytiker på Kairos Future och Emma Ångfors, student som ska ut i vuxenlivet.