Articles from Local Government Association (LGA)

Ofsted voice concerns that an increasing number of families of children with complex needs are being encouraged to educate their children at home

LGA RESPONDS TO OFSTED REPORT ON HOME EDUCATIONResponding to a report by Ofsted on their concerns families of children with special educational needs are being encouraged to educate their child at home, Cllr Judith Blake, Chair of the Local Government Association’s Children and Young People Board, said: 

LOCAL GOVERNMENT OMBUDSMAN REPORT ON EDUCATION, HEALTH AND CARE PLANS

Today, Friday 4 October, the local government ombudsman published a report on the quality of services for #SEND (special educational needs and disabilities).

Children’s Commissioner launches children’s manifesto

Responding to the Children’s Commissioner launching a children’s manifesto calling on political parties to back six pledges to transform life chances for kids, Cllr Judith Blake, Chair of the Local Government Association’s Children and Young People Board, said:

Children’s Commissioner launches children’s manifesto calling on political parties to back six pledges to transform life chances for kids

LGA RESPONDS TO CHILDREN’S COMMISSIONER’S MANIFESTO Responding to the Children’s Commissioner launching a children’s manifesto calling on political parties to back six pledges to transform life chances for kids, Cllr Judith Blake, Chair of the Local Government Association’s Children and Young People Board, said:

Trust issues: Education think-tank calls for academies programme to be brought to an end #SpendingReview2019

EDSK on Academies

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