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03rd October 2016 03:52pm

Headmasters' warning against public-private sector 'forced marriage'

Independent schools cannot deliver effective help to state schools in England with "a gun pointing at our heads", a leading headmaster has said

Go to Article BBC News - Education & Family

03rd October 2016 01:00pm

SSTA members vote for industrial action

Members of a Scottish teaching union vote in favour of industrial action in a dispute over workload.

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03rd October 2016 02:30am

Headmasters' warning against public-private sector 'forced marriage'

Independent schools cannot deliver effective help to state schools in England with "a gun pointing at our heads", a leading headmaster will say later.

Go to Article BBC News - Education & Family

03rd October 2016 12:04am

Playground politics

A guide to playground politics for new parents and tips on how to handle them

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02nd October 2016 11:03am

Grammar schools will not be in every town, says Theresa May

The plan to lift the ban on grammar schools is not about reintroducing them to every town and city in England, Prime Minister Theresa May has said.

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30th September 2016 06:47pm

Academy boss on his doubts about creating new grammar schools

The head of one of England's largest academy chains says creating more grammar schools will do little to raise standards.

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30th September 2016 04:50pm

Bradford Kings Science academy staff jailed for fraud

The founder of a flagship academy and two members of staff are jailed for defrauding the government out of £69,000.

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30th September 2016 04:04pm

Academy boss says grammar plans may leave children behind

The chief executive of one of the largest chains of schools in England says the plans for more grammars risk leaving most children behind.

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30th September 2016 12:21am

Teenage suicide

The story behind the suicide of two teenage girls in France opens an intense debate about how teenagers treat each other and how they are looked after at school.

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29th September 2016 07:47pm

This is how Wales' student support proposals will affect you

A major report has recommended that Wales' £5,190 annual tuition fee grants to all students should be scrapped

Go to Article WalesOnline - Education