9 February 2023
Art in education: when will the curriculum catch up with the creative needs of young people?
Van Gogh… William Blake… How much longer do young people have to endure the same uninspiring curriculum?
14 May 2021
Y7 Economy track policies announced
Calling for a more inclusive, forward looking approach to labour markets that leaves no person or country behind
14 May 2021
Y7 Climate & Environment track policies announced
Calling for policy changes in climate finance, crisis management and sustainable resource management
5 October 2020
Punishments in school: archaic and unhelpful?
Do detentions, suspensions and isolation change behaviour or are they just a reflection of a British ‘justice’ system that seeks to punish rather than reform?
15 June 2018
What does GDPR mean for you?
This short piece isn’t an article telling you about the upcoming legislation and us asking for permission to follow you around the internet. WE DON’T DO THAT. But we wanted to help dispel a few myths; whilst letting you know how we’ve given you even more power.
24 May 2017
Interview with Billy Barrington
We talk to the Course Leader of Creative Media at Access to Music Brighton over their imminent closure, their Brighton Fringe show, and the changing state of the education sector.
30 October 2016
Dialogues & Debates: Sahar Aziz
Sahar Aziz, Professor of Law at Texas A&M University, speaks about privacy, security, and digital inclusion
11 May 2016
Did the House of Lords really trigger a constitutional crisis by voting against the tax credit reforms?
An in-depth look at the facts surrounding the contentious vote