A briefing prepared by the Sex Education Forum prepared for Parliamentarians to make the case for parents to encourage their children to engage in RSE. The research contained within the briefing can also be used by primary and secondary schools to help make the case to parents to put on empowering, comprehensive RSE.Read More
The executive summary of a recent research report from the Department of Education at Oxford University highlighting that black students are twice as likely to be diagnosed as having a social, emotional or mental health need than their white peers.Read More
An article from Children & Young People Now highlighting recent research conducted by the Department of Education at the University of Oxford which states that black students are twice as likely to be diagnosed with having a social, emotional or mental health need than their white peers.
Racism from teachers, a lack of understanding of cultural differences and ineffeRead More
A new report from the Children’s Commissioner for England exploring the growing trend of children being home educated. The report concludes that, while many parents who make a decision to home educate their children provide them with a high quality, well-rounded academic education, many other families are home educating for other reasons and are struggling to cope, particularly parents of children with SEND.Read More
A guide by the City of Bradford MDC looking at strategies that can be implemented to support students with SEND.Read More
Most ideas and resources suggested for children with SEND are equally useful for all pupils. Ensuring children feel safe and have appropriate people and places to go if they need help is essential.Read More
Working with the P.S.H.E Association, Dimensions has developed free #ImWithSam learning materials to tackle autism and learning disability hate crime in the classroom.
These key stage 3 materials have been developed in partnership with the PSHE Association, the national body for Personal, Social, Health and Economic education.
Students will look at facts and myths about learning disability and autism, explore a day in Sam’s life, and look at men and women who have challenged stereotypes in the past and present.Read More