Can we look beyond our comfortable convenience lifestyles for the sake of the planet? This was just one of the questions posed to the formidable panel at a recent debate on the BBC entitled 'The Selfish Green', featuring a stella line up of the world's finest minds...
Should we be teaching our children how to navigate 'fake news'? In a world of 'fake news' and 'alternative facts', it is more important than ever to educate our children to learn to discern fact from opinion.
Some argue schools should focus solely on academics, but staggering statistics on mental health show students need more than that. Teacher and writer Peter DeWitt explores some of the reasons we need to start supporting social and emotional learning in our schools.
Welcome to the school whose teachers vow to approach every child with “unconditional positive regard” in an attempt to really understand each child as an individual and to rethink punishment as a form of discipline.
A cutting-edge scientific analysis shows that a Briton from 10,000 years ago had dark brown skin and blue eyes, bringing the heritage of our African ancestry to the forefront of our identity. What is your reaction to this striking discovery?
A school in Tokyo, Japan has hit the headlines after announcing its new school uniform (made by Armani) will cost around $700 per student. With its pupils all under the age of 11, what sort of message does this give students about their identity?
How do you know you exist? What tells you that you are real? Is existence all just one big dream? Has some mad scientist duped us into simply believing that we exist? Are we part of a computer simulation being run by humans of the future in a world we have already created?
The UK appointed a Minister for Loneliness last week - amidst concerns of a growing 'epidemic of loneliness' sweeping the UK. If this is the case, what is going wrong in our society to cause people to feel so lonely?
As the clothing industry continues to pump out more "barely worn" clothing, whilst used clothes mountain continues to grow, it is time to ask the question: why are we continuing to lack ethics and conscience when it comes to how well we love our clothes?
A moving and powerful invitation from Oprah Winfrey was heard this week, speaking at the Golden Globes awards, in which she invoked the story and history of Recy Taylor and championed the urgent need for us all to pull back the curtains and speak our truths.