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17th July 2018 08:13am

The primary school that abolished marking

A school in Peterborough has decided to give pupils verbal feedback instead of marking their books.

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17th July 2018 06:19am

Private tutors 'should face DBS criminal record checks'

The UK's biggest teaching union says disqualified teachers may still be able to work as tutors.

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16th July 2018 11:24am

Visual history

Artists and historians make sure the imagery of May's Irish abortion referendum is preserved.

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16th July 2018 09:59am

Concerns over Stormont minority ethnic fund money

There are calls for more transparency in how the Minority Ethnic Development Fund is allocated.

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16th July 2018 05:18am

Green Flag for Bridgend triplets mum's allotment vision

Just over 200 Green Flags have been awarded in Wales - but perhaps none more special than this one.

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15th July 2018 11:51pm

The vital role played by respite centres

A campaigner explains why respite centres are so important to families of disabled children.

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13th July 2018 04:36pm

Make your mind up over teacher pay, Hinds urged

Education Secretary Damien Hinds is urged to make his mind up on teacher pay rises in England.

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13th July 2018 08:41am

Number of secondary pupils in England to rise 15% by 2027

England's secondary school population is expected to hit 3.3 million in 2027 - 418,000 higher than in 2018.

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12th July 2018 03:39pm

Number of secondary school pupils in England to rise

England's secondary school population is expected to hit 3.3 million in 2027 - 418,000 higher than in 2018.

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12th July 2018 11:53am

London grammar school's exclusion policy was illegal, report finds

St Olave's grammar school in London treated students as "collateral damage", the report says.

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