Lost learning: ‘My grandson’s being failed by a broken education system’
The grandmother of a boy repeatedly removed from Bristol primary schools speaks out, as the city's mayor backs a zero-exclusions policy.
Bristol’s nursery schools battle to stay afloat as government proposals offer lifeline
Bristol's 12 council-funded nurseries, which play a vital role in reducing inequalities among young children, aren't sustainable due to years of underfunding.
Revealed: Parents taking legal action over mistreatment of son at special needs school
A former worker has also shed light on what happened before St Christopher's closed in 2019 and police investigated child cruelty.
Council still missing targets to tackle SEND crisis, more than two years since damning inspection
Campaigners are criticising Bristol City Council for stalled progress since a damning inspection declared the city’s service ‘not fit for purpose’ in 2019.
Children ‘missing out’ on free school meals
Children could be missing out on free school meals because of schools not checking often enough for eligibility, according to Cabot Primary School's business manager.
Updated plans to redevelop St Christopher’s into retirement community have been unveiled. But some locals still need convincing.
The debate rages on about the future of the site of St Christopher’s, a former residential school for vulnerable children that closed amid a police investigation in 2019.
Exclusive: No child cruelty charges after two-year police investigation into special school St Christopher’s
Two years after the school for vulnerable children closed, the valuable site has been sold and now local residents are raising concerns about plans to redevelop it into a care community for older people.
How can schools address the long-term impacts of Covid-19 this academic year?
As kids go back to school this week, schools are considering how to repair the damage of the last 18 months.