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Jeremy Corbyn’s claim that councils that provide free meals to all primary pupils are boosting attainment and health has been dealt a hammer blow after local authorities admitted...
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Grammar schools in Buckinghamshire have sacked their high-profile 11-plus test provider and reappointed their former supplier. GL Assessment, which delivered the 11-plus test for all Buckinghamshire grammar schools...
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Most established university technical colleges (UTCs) are still more than half empty, a Schools Week analysis reveals. And nearly two-thirds also experienced a drop in pupil numbers this...
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Ofsted has removed the dates of inspection from revamped promotional logos for good and outstanding schools, but has denied it is because of “embarrassment” over lengthy gaps between...
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The government has made the unprecedented decision to allow teacher training providers to recruit an extra 25 per cent of trainees on top of their original allocated amount....
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Schools are being urged to reschedule inset days to coincide with planned elections in order to reduce “unnecessary” school closures. Theresa May’s announcement this morning of a snap...
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Schools will not have to identify which pupils come from “ordinary working families”, Justine Greening has confirmed. The education secretary was speaking at St Mary’s University today to...
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Racism is “not discussed enough in schools”, a union leader has claimed, after new research found Black, Asian and ethnic minority (BME) teachers are given “stereotypical responsibilities” like...
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A specialist vocational school that outsourced its teaching has been handed a financial notice to improve, although it says the government signed-off on the arrangement. Energy Coast UTC...
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Schools and colleges are bracing themselves for a “significant” drop in English and maths A-level entries this year as pupils are put off by “tougher” GCSEs. English looks...
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The exams regulator Ofqual has today released the results of its annual survey on the perception of GCSEs, A-levels, and other qualifications in England. Over 2,000 people were...