Tag Archives: Nick Gibb

This Half Term is set out for “Support for children’s education”


The end of an educational period is often an opportunity for parents, pupils and teachers to reflect on what has gone well and plan for the near future. The half term and even term breaks may be less reflective than … Continue reading

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Every MP in the UK needs to take part in this petition debate!


Today is an important time for Parliament and 1.1m people across the UK who signed a petition formed by Marcus Rashford calling to end child food poverty and that no children’s should go hungry. It is a petition which emerged … Continue reading

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Can we find new approaches for engaging our Ministers


Yesterday afternoon as I was travelling to visit a client I was listening to the World At One and towards the end of the programme Nick Robinson focused on a discussion that had taken place involving a student who had … Continue reading

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This week Sussex MPs can ask local people about the impact of racism


The recess of Parliament 10 days ago has provided MPs with the opportunity to step back from their usual focus on what is coming out of the Government speeches. They can currently focus on their constituencies in a slightly different … Continue reading

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Is Nick Gibb ignoring real challenges for Schools and parents?


When a Member of Parliament asks a question, with one or two exceptions, they are raising genuine issues which require the Government to respond in a meaningful way. After all these questions and answers are all made public and therefore … Continue reading

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Is the Government and Nick Gibb trying to deny reality?


On Monday of this week there was a question and answer published on the subject of Pupils: Attendance. The question came from the Labour MP from Ilford North who is responsible as the Shadow Minister for Education – Schools and … Continue reading

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MPs who want people to be limited to their politics


It appears as if a MPs from across the Conservative Party are determined to stop other people and other organisations from responding to our society or our history with a political perspective. They are not trying to prevent their influence … Continue reading

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Two good examples by Sussex MPs called Caroline


At the beginning of each week it is always encouraging to acknowledge the good things that have happened in the last few days or to set out some opportunities for positive responses over the next few days. Last week several … Continue reading

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We need much more openness from all of our Sussex MPs


It can sometimes seem very difficult to fully understand how people work in settings that we have no personal experience of, but that we have an interest in. This is clearly the case in a range of locations but providing … Continue reading

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Primary School pupils need more from the Teaching Minister


The MP from Durham City, Mary Foy raised this question in written format which got answered by Nick Gibb on Friday. The first few words are here and no one would disagree with them but they don’t answer the question … Continue reading

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