Mental health league tables 'are needed to measure schools' success'

Mental health league tables 'are needed to measure schools' success'
 

Sir Anthony Seldon, who was head of Wellington College in Berkshire from 2006 until 2015, said children would continue to suffer needlessly if league tables were only used to chart academic performance.
And he said a failure to address mental health issues would also translate to poorer performance in the classroom - and lead to a generation of "A-star junkies" who lacked other crucial skills.
Sir Anthony, speaking at Tatler magazine's Schools Live conference in London on Monday, said: "It is perfectly clear to me after 20 years as a head of schools that parents will pay more... read more

 
10 October 2016 in Regional West, Views: 30
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