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The Department for Education has published new guidance for schools on how to deal with sexual harassment and violence between pupils, urging staff to look out for incidents...
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Ofqual has analysed the difficulty of the new maths GCSEs, as part of its 2017 summer exam series report, and found minor but not “substantive” differences between exam boards....
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Harder key stage 2 SATs have resulted in a wider attainment gap between children on free meals and their peers, Ofsted has said. In the watchdog’s annual report,...
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An £8 million site that was purpose-built for a University Technical College that never opened will finally be brought back into use as a sixth form next September,...
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An academy trust founded by a private firm that runs schools in Europe and the Americas will take over three more schools in the New Year, and has...
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The Education Endowment Foundation is looking for around 500 schools throughout England to take part in four new trials involving teachers “rapid-marking” in maths, and using handwriting techniques...
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Schools and parents are being encouraged to boycott trials of a new reception baseline assessment, two years before it is even due to start. Speaking today at a...
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Teachers are willing to take a 10-per-cent pay cut to escape the profession and allow themselves more free time, new research from the National Foundation for Educational Research...
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Ofqual has reported a dramatic 19 per cent rise in the number of requests for special consideration in the marking of GCSE, AS and A levels exams this...
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Four in 10 teachers are not able to identify a young carer in their class, children’s charity Barnardo’s has found. Teachers and other professionals working with children have...
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A well-stocked school library has little impact on English pupils’ reading skills, according to an international literacy study. Year 5 pupils at schools with no school library achieved...