Accord Coalition urges Government to heed Ofsted speech

February 1, 2018
Accord Coalition urges Government to heed Ofsted speech

Accord has welcomed comments this morning by Ofsted Chief Inspector, Amanda Spielman, warning of education institutions that wish to narrow young people’s horizons and segregate.

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Hackney Council adds voice to calls for new legalisation to tackle illegal schools

January 17, 2018
Hackney Council adds voice to calls for new legalisation to tackle illegal schools

The local authority believed to have the largest number of local children attending unregistered schools has this week formally urged that public agencies be given new powers to deal with the problem.

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New Education Secretary urged to press ahead with inclusive reforms

January 9, 2018
New Education Secretary urged to press ahead with inclusive reforms

The Accord Coalition for Inclusive Education has urged the new Education Secretary Damian Hinds to implement inclusive reforms and ensure personal interests do not influence his new public duties.

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Children Rights Alliance for England calls upon Government to maintain its 50% discrimination cap at faith schools

January 5, 2018
Children Rights Alliance for England calls upon Government to maintain its 50% discrimination cap at faith schools

The Children Rights Alliance for England has urged the Government to maintain its current cap that limits faith free schools from not religiously discriminating when selecting more than half of their pupils.

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Archbishop of Canterbury urged to follow positive words about religious selection with action

December 22, 2017
Archbishop of Canterbury urged to follow positive words about religious selection with action

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, has revealed he opposes schools selecting pupils by faith and wishes Church of England schools to be 'homes and nurseries of integration' and have a 'laser-like focus on the poorest and most deprived'.

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