Posts by: PippaAK

News
The government has failed to train enough teachers for any Ebacc subjects except for history, official statistics have revealed. The data released today shows teacher supply model (TSM)...
News
The number of students resitting the English language GCSE has risen by almost a third in the first year of the reformed exams, despite an overall drop in...
News
Ofsted has sought to reassure faith leaders that Muslim pupils won’t be “singled out” during inspections, following a fierce backlash over guidance that advised inspectors to question younger...
News
Staff at a failing school in Cumbria have signed an open letter demanding that the school be removed from its sponsor, as local campaigners prepare for a crunch...
News
The leader of an academy trust heavily criticised for the way it has run certain schools in the north of England has resigned. Mary McKeeman, the chief operating...
News
The exams regulator Ofqual is proposing that a 20-hour non-examined assessment in computer science should no longer count towards pupils’ overall GCSE grades, after “widespread rule breaches” in which...
News
Three quarters of teachers banned from the profession for life last year were excluded for sexual misconduct – with the remainder committing fraud and exam malpractice, or intentionally...
News
Bright Tribe Trust has backed out of a failing school in Northumberland that it was supposed to convert into an academy over a year ago. It continues the...
News
Church of England schools have failed to stamp out “inappropriate” and “damaging” discriminatory admissions policies, according to a new report. The report, published by the Accord Coalition for...
News
The NSPCC wants the government to act on cyberbullying after the number of children seeking counselling for online abuse doubled over the last five years. Its Childline service...
News
At the start of November, a certain corner of Twitter was flooded by posts from outraged teenage girls at Brentwood County High School in Essex, complaining they had...