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Grammar schools are pocketing tens of thousands of pounds from mock 11-plus tests, fuelling worries that reintroducing selective schools will “end up assessing wealth not ability”. Sutton grammar...
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The Chartered College of Teaching has today officially opened its doors for new members to join. The college, headed by Dame Alison Peacock, pledges to place research and...
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A school’s plan to fine parents if their children are consistently late for registration will not solve the problem, say union leaders – although the government has told...
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The educational impact of taking pupils to the theatre and visiting exhibitions will be tested under a new £2.5 million trial. The project will be focus on schools...
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The Department for Education is recruiting a team of “behavioural insights” experts to aid ministers in their policymaking decisions. The move is aimed at changing the “culture” of...
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The government is to stump up thousands of pounds in travel costs to send children from a closing university technical college to another 20 miles away, according to...
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More than 1,200 schools in England have not had a full Ofsted inspection in seven years, with more than 100 given respite for longer than a decade, a...
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More than half a billion pounds must be found by 2025 to top up an already unsustainable special needs budget and fund an “unprecedented” demand of pupils with...
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Schools Week is making a Christmas appeal for our readers to help an education charity that was left “shipwrecked” after a car crash destroyed its boat-themed building. Hackney...
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The first merger between a sixth-form college and an academy trust is on the cards after the submission of plans for a “pioneering” partnership. Ninestiles academy trust, which...
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An under-fire academy trust has been given a warning notice and told to urgently improve, just weeks after an Ofsted inspection found serious weaknesses among its schools. The...