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Put child health hubs on England’s high streets

Public services are not known for being agile, but the pandemic has seen councils “pivot” to provide support online, redeploy staff where the demand is greatest and work across departments to meet a range of families’ needs.

Recognise failure for successful secure schools

This April would have been the 25th anniversary of the opening of Medway Secure Training Centre (STC). Like most, if not all, secure establishments it had a rocky start but represented the beginning of a major reform in youth justice. As we await the birth of the new secure school on the site of the original STC it is worth reflecting on the past 25 years.

Support for pupil learning is premium consideration

The £1.7bn “catch-up” programme for pupils has recently started to have an impact: more than 100,000 children have received additional support since last autumn and the government has appointed Education Endowment Foundation chief Sir Kevan Collins to oversee the scheme.