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Character Education Framework Guidance

This guidance is for school leaders and teachers considering the rationale for character education and personal development, and the practicalities of provision and delivery.   The guidance will support schools as they consider:
  • the 2019 Ofsted inspection framework
  • the social, moral, cultural and spiritual development of pupils
  • preparations for the introduction of ‘Relationships education’ and ‘Health education’ in primary schools, and ‘Relationships, sex and health education’ in secondary schools
  The guidance provides schools with 6 benchmarking questions to support reflection and the self-evaluation of current provision.


Date Published: 5th November 2019
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Great School Libraries Survey Findings and Update on Phase 1

The Great School Libraries (GSL) campaign is a three-year campaign launched in September 2018 spearheaded by CILIP (the library and information association), the School Library Association (SLA) and CILIP’s School Libraries Group (CILIPSLG) and sponsored by Peters.   The campaign seeks to engage with stakeholders at all levels including school library workers, parents, teaching staff, senior leadership and decision makers. Through evidence-based research, this campaign advocates for every child to have access to a great school library. The campaign aims to show that adequately funded and staffed school libraries deliver enhanced and independent learning as well as reading and curriculum...


Date Published: 17th October 2019
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State of Care 2018/19

The state of health care and adult social care in England 2018/19   Most of the care that we see across England is good quality and, overall, the quality is improving slightly.   But people do not always have good experiences of care and they have told us about the difficulties they face in trying to get care and support. Sometimes people don’t get the care they need until it’s too late and things have seriously worsened for them.   This struggle to access care can affect anyone.   Too many people find it hard to even get appointments, but the lack of access is especially...


Date Published: 15th October 2019
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Equality Analysis: Development of the Arts Council’s 10-year strategy, 2020-30

The equality analysis covers our development work to date for the Arts Council’s next 10-year strategy, to be published in autumn 2019 and to cover the period 2020-30.   It will continue to be developed and reviewed on an iterative basis through to the publication and implementation of our new strategy.   Arts Council England has a legal duty to consider equality in its policy making. Through this we aim to prevent discrimination and promote equality and diversity for people from protected characteristic groups defined in the Equality Act 2010 – including age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy...


Date Published: 24th June 2019
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