Prince Charles’ #iWill reminds schools to start social action young

CEO Andy makes our pledge at the second anniversary of #iWill

Yesterday I attended the uplifting second anniversary of #iWill – the campaign to get 60% of young people engaging in meaningful social action in their communities by 2020. The campaign’s patron Prince Charles made an impassioned call for more people Continue reading

It’s time we stopped being shocked when we meet enthusiastic young citizens, says a teacher

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Public petitioning power comes to Parliament

Government members are delighted when they meet young people that are informed and enthusiastic citizens, one teacher discovered when she took a few to the Conservative Party Conference. Yet, citizenship education is often undervalued in schools. This must change, says Sarah Continue reading

Tories must make better use of their national curriculum, a teacher will tell conference-goers

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Prime Minister David Cameron talks at Conservative Party Conference in 2014.

The Conservative government wants schools to tackle British values and extremism, but seems to forget it has a citizenship curriculum purpose-built for exploring such things. That’s why a Cheshire teacher is going to the Party Conference next week. Sarah Maile teaches at a secondary school Continue reading