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Ofsted has ‘no serious concerns’ about Rye College after gender row

Urgent inspection found gender dispute incident did 'not reflect' pupils' normal experiences

Amy Walker
Amy Walker
Ofsted

Gender row school: Badenoch ‘grandstanding’ over inspection demand

Minister's intervention in gender controversy branded 'unnecessary and unhelpful' by union

Jack Dyson
Jack Dyson
Gender

Gender row school: ‘None of our pupils identify as a cat’

School under investigation over gender controversy hopes government guidance will help teachers

Jack Dyson
Jack Dyson
Schools

Prestigious sixth-form drops ‘sir’ and ‘miss’ over cultural misogyny

The term 'miss' conjures up images of Edwardian shop assistants and plays into a 'gendered view' of the world,...

Amy Walker
Amy Walker
Schools

Schools can help eradicate outdated myth that physics isn’t for girls

Recent comments by ‘Britain’s strictest headteacher’ suggesting girls ‘naturally’ don’t like physics, are damaging and outdated, writes Rachel Youngman

James Carr
Rachel Youngman
Schools

Women and non-white staff far less likely to be promoted, DfE leaders study shows

DfE research reveals 'significant disparities' in women's, ethnic minorities' and part-time workers' promotion chances

Tom Belger
Tom Belger
Schools

50 schools sought for £980k girls sport scheme

DfE says 'Your Time' programme will offer opportunities for girls to access competitive sport

Freddie Whittaker
Freddie Whittaker
Private schools

Faith school which segregated staff finally shut down

Rabia Boys and Girls School in Luton was accused of “actively undermining” British values by Michael Wilshaw in 2016

Tom Belger
Tom Belger
News

Teacher departures down 17% during pandemic, plus 4 more school workforce findings

Teaching’s increasingly young and diverse workforce continued to grow last year as staff departures slumped during Covid, new figures...

Tom Belger
Tom Belger