100 days until election day, TV debates and party broadcasts are beginning to trickle in, the newspapers are plastered with headlines and websites are full with lists on who each party are and what they are standing for in the 2015 election. But… who are the audience? More importantly, who should be the audience?
The Family Virtues Guide is a book designed to help parents pass down basic virtues to their children. The book is compiled by The Virtues Project (an international organisation dedicated to inspiring spiritual growth in young and old alike) and shows parents and teachers how to turn words into actions and ideals into realities. Retired PE teacher, school Governor, mother and grandparent, Avril Davidson, recently reviewed the book.
In the Western World we see education as more of a chore, as a right, not as a priviledge. A columnist writes about the recent attacks in Peshwar and the perspective it puts on our education system.
A high-profile opening of a new primary school by the University of Cambridge is set to open this September with mindfulness and strong core values at the heart of Headteacher James Biddulph's vision for the school.