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The Sunday Times has launched a campaign urging the phased removal of asbestos in schools and hospitals, quoting one health and safety leader as calling the situation an ‘unfolding tragedy.’
By Belinda Liversedge on 03 July 2023
A new pilot commissioned by Health Education England will train thousands of staff to help them spot the signs that a child or young person might need support with their mental health.
By Belinda Liversedge on 14 February 2023
Teachers in early years education can be at risk of suffering musculoskeletal problems due to factors like regularly stooping to interact with young children, but there are practical ways of reducing the risk of pain and injury.
By Lorna Taylor, Jolly Back on 11 October 2022
Exciting developments in education technology look set make it easier to teach, engage and motivate learners on health and safety – and save employers time and money.
By Dr Julie Riggs, British Safety Council on 05 September 2022
A school has been fined £30,000 after taking children on a dangerous mountain ascent without the proper equipment or a competent person in charge.
By Belinda Livedrsedge on 10 March 2022
The government must go further on face coverings and make them mandatory in classrooms and not just communal spaces, the teachers' union has said.
By Belinda Liversedge on 30 November 2021
A coalition of concerned parents, students and unions have written to education secretary, Gavin Williamson urging him to extend mask use in schools.
By Belinda Liversedge on 06 May 2021
The Prime Minister is wrong to say schools might re-open in March before having the evidence that it would be safe to do so, teachers’ unions have said.
By on 28 January 2021