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Coronavirus: Schools safe to reopen, Michael Gove insists

05.18.2020

Michael Gove has insisted England’s schools are safe to reopen, but acknowledged that “you can never eliminate risk”. Mr...

Government Gives Extra £66m to Early Years

09.06.2019

Chancellor Sajid Javid has announced that the government’s extra spending on education will include £66 million for early years....

Secondary teachers ‘want more flexible working patterns’

06.14.2019

Secondary school leaders are being urged do more to  accommodate teachers who want to work part-time or flexibly. A report by the National...

SATs are no better than teachers at predicting pupil’s GCSE and A-Level results

05.22.2019

SATs are no better than teachers at predicting pupil’s GCSE and A-Level results. Researchers from King’s College London (KCL) say...

Maths may become compulsory subject up until age 18

03.12.2019

Maths could become a compulsory subject up until the age of 18. Chancellor George Osborne declared plans for a review to take place that...

Funding cuts causing schools to perform miracles

03.11.2019

Michael Ferry, the headteacher at St. Wilfrid’s Catholic School in Crawley claims the repercussions of the most recent funding are...

UK public health agency calls to ban cars from idling outside schools

02.14.2019

Public Health England have requested bans be put in place that prevent cars from idling outside schools, in an attempt to reduce air...

Bigotry at the school gates can never be justified

01.24.2019

Parkfield Community School in Birmingham has been forced to conclude a series of lessons based on social diversity due to Muslim parents at...

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