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Dan Moynihan, chief executive, Harris Federation

Dan Moynihan is the much mythologised £400,000-a-year chief executive of the much mythologised Harris Federation, an academy trust with...

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Harry Fletcher-Wood’s top blogs 12 September 2016

Guest reviewer Harry Fletcher-Wood takes us through this week’s best education blogs.   Five things every new secondary teacher...

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James Townsend, director, CofE Foundation for Educational Leadership

James Townsend is the very model of a modern religious millennial. White, male, under-30, posh-sounding with a fancy job...

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Change in maths A-level specification requires students to buy costly calculators

A change in the A-level maths specification that forces students to fork out an extra £10 for an advanced...

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Northern Education Trust hit with pre-warning notice for three academies

A pre-warning notice letter has been issued to the Northern Education Trust, due to “unacceptably low” standards of performance...

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Professor Dame Alison Peacock appointed CEO of the Chartered College of Teaching

Professor Dame Alison Peacock, executive headteacher of The Wroxham School in Hertfordshire, has been appointed as the first chief...

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Religious studies GCSE hits highest entry numbers in 14 years

Entries to religious studies GCSEs have jumped to the highest number since 2002, showing the subject continues to attract young...

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GCSE A*-C pass rate drops sharply

The 2016 GCSE results are out and show a sharp fall of 2.1 percentage points in the pass rate,...

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Poorer pupils less likely to do apprenticeships

Free school meals students across every region of England are less likely to access apprenticeship schemes than their wealthier...

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