Covid-19 and education
News | By Helen Minnis | 4 Jan 2021
What does a working parent do when their child is sent home because of Covid-19? And what if that parent’s employer expects them to meet the usual deadlines and targets ...
News | By Arlene Holmes Henderson | 13 Oct 2020
Covid-19 has exacerbated the problem of fake news. Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, director-general of the World Health Organisation, declared in February 2020 that Covid...
News | 2 Sep 2020 |
As schools reopen this week, we asked five Fellows in education to share their top tips for fellow teachers.
Phil Avery has launched, via his Education Trust, a series of educational resources for students to use during lockdown Churchill Fellows are taking action against Cov...
News | By Paul Campbell | 13 Aug 2020 |
I am a senior lecturer and admissions tutor at the University of Dundee. I am also a 2020 Churchill Fellow with an interest in developing interactive learning strategies...
News | By Michael Jones | 21 Jul 2020 |
This year's lockdown has created many challenges for teachers like me. My school, Northfleet Technology College, faced a monumental task in March 2020. Because of...
News | By Joanna Driscoll | 2 Jul 2020 |
On 20 March 2020, education for young people across the UK completely changed. School sixth forms have been heavily affected during the pandemic, especially with the...
News | 19 Jun 2020 |
According to the Resolution Foundation, the 800,000 school leavers and graduates due to leave education this year are the most exposed age group to a likely unemployment...
News | By Mary Jackson | 11 Jun 2020 |
Since March many children and young people across the UK have stayed at home whilst others have continued to go to school. We are now at the point where all schools...
News | By Andrew Smith | 4 Jun 2020 |
I am currently working as the headteacher of a primary school in Tower Hamlets. The pandemic of the past few months have provided many challenges as we adapted to the...