• Revealed: The winners of the Nasen Awards 2018

    Twelve individuals, schools, and organisations have received awards from National Association for Special Educational Needs (Nasen) as recognition of their work with children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). The evening was hosted by celebrity guest Vanessa Feltz on October 19 at the Waldorf Hilton Hotel, London, and saw nearly 200 guests come

    10.13 Oct. 26th, 2018 | News

  • Revealed: The winners of the 2018 Pearson Teaching Awards

    Thirteen UK teachers and schools have been honoured as winners of the 2018 Pearson Teaching Awards, for their inspirational work in education. The winners received their awards, which recognise “outstanding commitment to the profession”, at a glamorous ceremony this evening hosted by BBC presenters Anita Rani and Sean Fletcher, alongside other celebrities including Ed Balls

    20.00 Oct. 21st, 2018 | News

  • A-level results 2018: Scores stable, but fewer students get top grades

    The average point score per entry for A-levels, as a grade, remained stable at C+ this year, but the proportion of students getting the top grades fell, according to provisional data released today by the Department for Education. As a number the average point score this year was slightly higher at 33.05, compared to 32.12 in

    11.30 Oct. 16th, 2018 | News

  • Art & Design GCSE entries stay strong in face of EBacc

    Fewer pupils have been entered for non-EBacc subjects this year, except in art and design which has bucked the decline and increased by two per cent. Official government figures released this morning also show entries to EBacc subjects have soared, especially in the sciences. A larger cohort of pupils means there are more overall GCSE entries

    10.33 May. 24th, 2018 | News

  • International Women's Day: NEU demands action on teaching gender pay gap

    The country’s largest education union has demanded action to make teaching a “genuinely equal” profession for women. To mark International Women’s Day on March 8, the National Education Union has challenged the government to address the fact that while teaching is a predominantly female job, women teachers are still paid less on average than men,

    0.01 Mar. 8th, 2018 | News