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Brighton Journal | 7th April 2020

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#Education Archives - Brighton Journal

Debates rise over report at Brighton school revealing highest number of trans pupils

27th November 2018 |

Dorothy Stringer School in Brighton has been reported as having the highest number of openly transgender and gender fluid pupils in the country. Reports of the Brighton school’s figures in The Times has stirred up opposing views debating the “long-term effects” and … Read More

Brighton council launch updated initiative for trans guidance in schools

9th October 2018 |

Brighton and Hove City Council have designed new procedures to fight gender stereotypes and update existing information for trans guidance in schools.


The Trans Inclusion Schools Toolkit was launched last week and will soon be adopted by institutions as … Read More

Brighton & Hove Celebrates GCSE Improvement!

24th August 2018 |

Overall GCSE results in schools across Brighton & Hove have improved this year, according to key new performance measures introduced by the government.

Brighton and Hove City Council yesterday said the ‘Attainment 8’ measurement, which shows average attainment at individual … Read More

City Nursery gets Ofsted ‘Outstanding’ Hat Trick!

26th July 2018 |

The Roundabout Nursery in Brighton and Hove, was rewarded this week for its continued hard work, by being graded ‘outstanding’ from Ofsted – a remarkable third time in a row!

Working hard with families in the heart of Whitehawk, the Nursery is part of the Roundabout Childrens Centre, … Read More

None of Brighton and Hove’s 10 Secondary Schools Rated as Outstanding

26th June 2018 |

Brighton and Hove finds itself significantly below the educational national average. It has been pointed out that out of the 10 secondary schools in the city, none have an outstanding Ofsted rating.

Andrew Wealls, a Conservative councillor, raised this issue … Read More

We Need to Talk About Mental Health…

15th December 2017 | 1

Right Here Brighton & Hove’s ‘You & Your NHS’ event was billed as an interactive and hands on session which aimed to get to the heart of young people’s experiences of our wonderful National Health Service; where it was doing … Read More

Anonymous ‘Save Our Schools’ Survey Finds Out The Real-Terms Impact of £2.8bn Govt Budget Cuts

21st November 2017 |

Save Our Schools, a parent-led campaign group opposed to funding cuts to schools in the UK, have released an assessment of the impact of school funding cuts in Brighton and Hove.

Their findings came from local schools themselves, who responded … Read More

Brighton Local Pursues Empowerment Through Education for All Refugees

7th November 2017 | 1

Kate, a Brighton based teacher of 20 years, began a journey two years ago that turned into a mission. A mission to take quality skills and language education to those who cannot go to school.

Kate spent a year volunteering … Read More

This Afternoon, Children, Parents And Teachers Will Take Over The Level!

26th May 2017 |

The Save Our Schools (SOS) Campaign will be holding a mass assembly with teachers, parents, and children on the Level today at 3:30 pm. The aim is to raise awareness of the £14 million budget cuts planned for Brighton and … Read More

Brighton and Hove Teachers Ready To Take It Up To London

12th May 2017 | 1

Today, staff at St.Luke’s Primary School have put up a banner on the railings of the building pointing out the shocking budget cuts planned for schools in Brighton and Hove. In the next two or three years, their budget will … Read More