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12th October 2015 01:43pm

Frequent gaming 'linked to worse GCSEs'

Children who play video games twice a day are less likely to achieve five good GCSE grades, a study suggests.

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12th October 2015 01:12pm

Oxford publishes sample questions

Oxford University publishes sample interview questions as the application deadline for 2016 entry approaches.

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12th October 2015 11:51am

Children refused mental health treatment

More than a fifth of children referred to mental health services in England have been refused treatment, according to research by the NSPCC charity.

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12th October 2015 09:36am

S Korea to control history textbooks

South Korea announces controversial plans to control the history textbooks used in secondary schools, sparking criticism from some academics and students.

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11th October 2015 11:57pm

Frequent gaming 'linked to worse GCSEs'

Children who play video games twice a day are less likely to achieve five good GCSE grades, a study suggests.

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11th October 2015 07:42am

'Witchcraft' abuse cases on the rise

Child abuse linked to exorcism and accusations of witchcraft is on the rise, particularly in London, figures obtained by the BBC suggest

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09th October 2015 03:12pm

New super-size secondaries planned

A wave of super-size secondary schools is being planned to cope with the rising demand for school places, a report says.

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08th October 2015 11:54pm

MPs want better help for poorer pupils

The Public Accounts Committee calls for more effective support for two million disadvantaged school pupils.

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08th October 2015 04:18pm

College's board removed by ministers

The Scottish government replaces the entire board at Glasgow Clyde College following "repeated incidences of failure relating to governance".

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08th October 2015 02:33pm

Teacher illegally sold goods on eBay

A Wrexham teacher convicted of making her own Doctor Who merchandise and selling it on eBay is reprimanded at a disciplinary hearing.

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