• Edexcel allows exam candidates to opt out of gender classifications

    Pupils taking exams this summer have been offered the chance to opt out of gender classifications for the first time. Pearson, the education company that owns the exam board Edexcel, made the step forward, by presenting candidates with the option of removing the male or female classification for their qualifications. The idea of a gender-neutral

    17.19 Aug. 15th, 2018 | News

  • First LGTBed conference goes off with a bang

    A network established to offer support, information and ideas to LGBT+ teachers has held its inaugural conference. The first LGBTed was held in London last weekend, and even received the backing of schools minister Nick Gibb. Co-founders Daniel Gray, a teacher at Harris Academy South Norwood where the event was held, and Hannah Jepson, director for

    7.00 Jun. 10th, 2018 | News