SHEF submission to Commons Home Education Inquiry

As noted in our previous post, ‘Independent’ Commons Committee Chair accused of breaking parliamentary rules, we had to delay sharing our written evidence to the Commons Education Committee’s Home Education Inquiry until it had been accepted and published on the Read More …

How does your council measure up on GIRFEC?

  Our latest GIRFEC-related magnum opus has just been published, in which we have compared council claims  in relation to the gathering and sharing of ‘wellbeing’ data on children and family members with information published on their websites. Read our Read More …

Home Education Inquiry (England): pre-emption and doublespeak

It was a case of one against three witnesses (and the entire committee) when Jane Lowe of HEAS gave evidence to the Inquiry on 24 November. Watch the session or read the transcripts: Formal meeting (oral evidence session): Home Education  Read More …