Family & Education – BBC News
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‘People should love who they want to’Inside a school where the “No Outsiders” diversity programme is taught.
Posted at 0:13 21 May
The mothers fighting to get their children back from LebanonThe BBC met three mothers who have all had their children taken to Lebanon by their former partners.
Posted at 0:07 21 May
How did primary school lessons about equality spark a national outcry?
Posted at 21:35 21 May
Roger Godsiff, Hall Green MP, says the lessons should be left until children are six or seven.
Posted at 20:47 21 May
Children’s services in Suffolk County Council are praised by Ofsted.
Posted at 14:27 21 May
Roxanne teaches new mothers about the differences between Afro and Caucasian hair.Roxanne’s classes aim to prevent white mothers from making common mistakes, such as over-washing their mixed-race daughters’ hair, by teaching the differences between Afro and Caucasian hair.
“The difference between Afro hair and Caucasian hair is the fact of the follicle and how it grows,” said the 29-year-old.
“With Caucasian hair the follicle is more rounded in shape and in Afro hair it’s more of an oval shape.”
The workshop aims to ensure every child leaves feeling confident with their curls.
Produced by Maia Lowerson for BBC 5 Live.
Posted at 14:23 21 May
Councillors vote to back development which also faces opposition over its traffic impact.
Posted at 14:14 21 May
The Jake Humphrey scholarship will be offered to a media student at the University of East Anglia.
Posted at 10:29 21 May
A council is told it may wish to “take stock” before seeking further funding for a town’s educational overhaul.
Posted at 8:52 21 May
BBC News NI Education Correspondent
Many teachers tell a study that said languages were often perceived as too difficult by pupils.