Media

See our work in the UK national and regional press

Stack of Newspapers

TEACHER UNCONSCIOUS BIAS

Independent

Unconscious bias in marking sees lower grades for poor students, study suggests

The Telegraph

Unconscious bias in schools leads to harsher grading of ‘inferior’ children

TES

Teachers’ ‘unconscious bias’ skews marking, study finds

SOCIAL CLASS AS A PROTECTED CHARACTERISTIC

The Psychologist

'People like us...' 

Should social class be a protected characteristic?  A discussion panel

EdPsy.org.uk

Monsters of meritocracy and beasts of bias: Why social class matters in education and how #MakeIt10 can help.

EDUCATION IN THE TIME OF COVID-19

BBC
Covid-19: Williamson promises 300,000 extra laptops

Independent
Lack of food makes home schooling harder, say one in five struggling families

The Telegraph

Boys have done less school work during lockdown than girls, study finds

TES
1 in 3 primary FSM pupils learning for an hour a day

This is Money
One in five struggling families say lack of food makes home-learning hard - poll

Huff Post
Pictures Of 'Disgraceful' Free School Meals Prompt Investigation

Children & Young People Now
DfE launches investigation over 'woefully inadequate' free school meals parcels

Education Technology
Disadvantaged students struggle with e-learning due to lack of food, new report reveals​

Reduce educational materials, increase pastoral care to reduce e-learning stress, say psychologists

The London Economic
As FSM row grows, disadvantaged parents say lack of food makes home-learning harder

Yahoo! News
Pictures Of 'Disgraceful' Free School Meals Prompt Investigation

Oxford Mail
One in five struggling families say lack of food makes home-learning hard – poll​

Basildon Standard
300,000 more laptops and tablets for disadvantaged pupils, Government announces

Evoke
Girls have done much more schoolwork than boys during lockdown

Mirage

How to boost pupil learning and bust parent stress: home-schooling recommendations from psychologists

INTERVENTIONS

Schools week

Choosing the right intervention is a matter of psychology