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Concerns about the wellbeing of our education system persist regardless of the Easter break.

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Following a meeting in the House of Commons earlier this month, a letter appeared in the Guardian calling for a “change of direction” for our schools.

http://www.theguardian.com/education/2014/apr/15/change-of-direction-schools?CMP=twt_gu

All points were perfectly valid and should be considered by policy makers of every political persuasion.

We do need (in summary from the letter),

  • Collaboration not competition between schools
  • Qualified teacher status to be respected with opportunities for continued development
  • Equity in funding for schools, enabling equal entitlement for our children
  • Inclusion to be truly inclusive and not merely a code of practice
  • Professionals to lead and direct educational policy
  • A curriculum that recognises the value of creativity and the arts

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However, we are dismayed by the lack of focus on wellbeing as we strongly believe this is an integral part of education and schooling. Academic achievement is an…

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