Jacqueline Gray, the co-founder of Holistic Healing 4 Children along with Terri Allen, talks to QA Education editor Victoria Galligan about the work her team carry out with pupils and their families, as well as schools, to provide a holistic approach to empowering pupils to control their emotions.
Most parents worry their children are harming their future job prospects by over-sharing online
Over half of parents fear their children are ruining their reputations and future career prospects through the content they’re posting online, according to new research.
A survey of 1,500 UK parents, conducted by AgeChecked, found that 58% are concerned their children may share content that would embarrass them in the future, such as when they apply for jobs.
Whole-school communication apps can help to engage students, parents and potential employees in school activities – as well as cut down on admin and printing costs. Here Daniel Woodcock, Managing Director at Weduc, explains how…
School trips are an eagerly anticipated event in the school calendar for children, and it seems that this sentiment is shared by parents too, with nearly half (46%) believing children learn more from visiting places than they do in the classroom.
UCAS has launched a series of innovative online courses to help today’s students, and the people who advise them, navigate the tricky business of deciding what to do when they leave secondary education.
Young people have a greater range of options than ever before when considering their next steps after school or college, and most rely on busy teachers or parents and carers for advice and guidance.
Parents are feeling in the dark over their children's education after two fifths admitted they didn't know what their child was doing at school.
New research from Canvas, the Virtual Learning Environment, examined the relationship between schools and parents as calls were being made to the government to do more to encourage parental engagement with schools.
A new tool to improve communication between schools and parents is set to be showcased at a leading industry event next week.
Capita SIMS will be exhibiting a range of products at BETT - the biggest education technology show of the year at ExCel London between 25 and 28 January.
Almost 80 per cent of parents in the UK say they would use a mobile app that gave them instant access to information about their child’s school, according to research.
Parents say schools should invest in the technology, as they want to receive instant notifications of important information like school closures, holidays and events.
The research, conducted by digital agency Web Foundry, revealed a rising expectation among parents that they should have access to updates about their child’s education on the go.
Research from Capita SIMS has revealed that over half of parents (57%) feel primary school reports are either too generic or do not contain enough information about how their child is doing.
More than a third of primary school teachers (35%) agree. This is despite the fact that schools are now recording more information about the children they teach than ever before.
The results suggest that primary schools’ communication with parents needs to evolve, something some heads are actively addressing.
A report launched today has found that one in four parents think their child’s school website needs improvement.