Posts by: billy.camden

Experts
The Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) code of practice will give schools the impetus to review their approaches to supporting mental health. About one in 10 school-aged...
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Funding for a scheme to encourage former soldiers and other service personnel to train as teachers is to be quadrupled, despite a slow start in recruitment. About £2...
Profiles
Sitting across from Ros McMullen, it is hard to imagine the headteacher of one of the most successful turnaround schools in Yorkshire as a teenage political activist in...
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High-achieving students in Doncaster are being offered £500 in a bid to lure them to a new free school sixth-form. New College Pontefract applied to the Department for...
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The government is to save a £142,000 chief executive salary by also giving the boss of the schools funding body oversight for adult further education. Peter Lauener, chief...
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Academies will for the first time be able to borrow government cash, “like a mortgage”, in a bid to improve facilities or expand their schools. They will be...
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It will take three years for a proposed College of Teaching to get up to full capacity after its initial launch, the team behind the plans has said....
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Exam regulators Ofqual and school inspectors Ofsted, both independent bodies, are to move their information and services to GOV.UK, the single government website. Last month Ofqual announced its...
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Teacher pension costs are being classed as ‘welfare’ in tax advice statements being sent out by the government, and teaching unions have reacted angrily. The Treasury has said...
Bulletin
An Olympic water polo player will help a Bristol academy to launch its Sky Living for Sport project this year. John Cabot Academy is taking part in the...
Bulletin
One lucky pupil from a Liverpool school has been picked out of more than 2,000 children as the winner of a national summer reading challenge. The National Literacy...