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Tens of thousands of pupils with strong spatial skills are failing to get top grades because their talents are masked by poor verbal skills, according to a new...
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A university technical college that has struggled to recruit pupils is opening an 11 to 14 “specialist academy” next door to act as its own feeder school. The...
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Official government figures show the demand for teachers in EBacc subjects is set to soar, indicating the subjects will become mandatory, despite a consultation response on the policy...
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An exodus of looked-after children from the capital could be driving down the achievement rates in other parts of the country, a new Schools Week analysis has found....
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A cash-strapped free school due to close later this year does not seem to know which of its governors racked up a bill of more than £3,250 for...
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Nearly 140 academy trusts failed to submit their accounts on time in the past financial year. Trusts must submit audited accounts to the Education Funding Agency (EFA) by...
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Birmingham City Council has published a curriculum statement pledging that its schools will focus on encouraging the human rights of all cultures. The statement promises that children in...
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An ‘inadequate’ university technical college will not take on any new year 10 pupils from September and is on the hunt for a new leader, following the resignation...
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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...