The Forgotten Generation Today’s report from the Equality & Human Rights Commission (EHRC), Is Britain Fairer?, shows that the economic prospects of young people have… Read More »No fair deal for young people in the UK today
Educating through games is a valid approach for all ages Although using games for educational purposes is nothing new, it does still seem that many… Read More »Preparing Young People for the Game of Life
Will the new qualifications help improve basic literacy and numeracy skills? The Minister for Skills, Nick Boles, has asked the Education and Training Foundation… Read More »Nick Boles EFT Initiative. Will the New Qualifications (aka the three Rs) Add Up?
Overcoming Mathematics Anxiety in Daily Life Today is World Maths Day, an event supposed to raise awareness and encourage young people to develop their skills… Read More »What’s wrong with our attitude to maths?
The Front Door is Firmly Shut Both the housing charity Shelter, and the global business advisor, KPMG, have raised grave doubts on the effectiveness and… Read More »Starter Homes. The Impossible Dream for the Young
Entrepreneurial Spirit and Skills Development in Schools The vice-chancellor of the University of Warwick, Professor Sir Nigel Thrift, was recently quoted as saying that universities… Read More »Skills Development Begins at Home (or, more precisely, in School)