Karen Kimura, learning and development manager at the Girls’ Day School Trust (GDST), argues that schools need to think differently about how to educate young people to manage money.
James Wilding, principal at Claires Court School, writes about the therapeutic value of the arts.
Daniele Harford, acting deputy head at Solihull School, discusses the current provision of sex education and argues that young people need to know more than the biological facts of sex.
Jon Dickinson, deputy head and designated safeguarding lead at Kingsley School, discusses his school's decision to remodel their SRE provision and the measurable impact this has had upon pupils.
Every Saturday during term time, Latymer Upper School is alive with the sound of music – not, as is normal on weekdays, emanating from Latymerians. The music is created by one of its long-standing community partners, the Tri-borough Music Hub (TBMH).