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07th May 2014 11:25am

English schools WW1 tours launched

Students to visit World War One battlefields

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07th May 2014 11:02am

Student 'sex consent' classes plan

Freshers at Cambridge University may be offered "sexual consent" classes after a survey shows more than 70 students say they were assaulted.

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07th May 2014 09:18am

Call over poverty attainment gap

A report by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation calls for more to be done to help children from poorer families do well at school.

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07th May 2014 06:44am

VIDEO: 'You can't teach skills without facts'

Memory is vital for learning, says a former teacher in a personal film.

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06th May 2014 07:29pm

Rise in adults taking part in sport

The number of adults regularly taking part in sport or physical activity are at their highest levels, according to a survey.

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06th May 2014 05:17pm

Tweets and Brand 'on A-level list'

Sixth-formers taking a new English A-level could be asked to study comedian Russell Brand's evidence to a committee of MPs on drug addiction and treatment.

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06th May 2014 02:38pm

Home school register plans dropped

Plans to make the parents of home-schooled children join an official register in Wales are dropped, following a backlash from parents.

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06th May 2014 02:25pm

VIDEO: School expels 'murder plot' teens

Two schoolgirls at the centre of an alleged murder plot against a teacher are permanently excluded.

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06th May 2014 08:55am

Rise in adults taking part in sport

The number of adults regularly taking part in sport or physical activity are at their highest levels, according to a survey.

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06th May 2014 05:51am

Early years learning still 'varies'

One of the Welsh government's flagship education policies is having a positive impact, but still "varies considerably" between schools, reports show.

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