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24th June 2014 02:20pm

Fee-paying schools doubt Wales GCSEs

Fee-paying schools in Wales look set to follow the new GCSE courses for England next year, fearing those set in Wales "lack credibility", BBC Wales learns.

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24th June 2014 01:23pm

Fewer offered chosen school places

The number of children in England who got into their first choice secondary school has fallen for the first time in five years, official data suggests.

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24th June 2014 01:15pm

Regional Secondment Opportunity

ERW is seeking to second nine effective and enthusiastic teachers to work as Leaders of Learning within the region supporting all schools to implement the revised GCSE curriculum and PISA assessments. Should you wish to discuss these secondments or require further information please contact your Head of Hub.

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24th June 2014 10:01am

London students 'face crime risk'

Students in London could run a higher risk of being a victim of crime than those in other parts of the country, the Complete University Guide suggests.

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24th June 2014 06:15am

Fee-paying schools doubt Wales GCSEs

Fee-paying schools in Wales looks set to follow the new GCSE courses for England next year, fearing those set in Wales "lack credibility", BBC Wales learns.

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24th June 2014 03:50am

Working-with-children bans falling

The number of people barred from working with children in England and Wales because they have committed sex offences has fallen by three quarters in two years, new data says.

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23rd June 2014 06:58pm

A happy whodunit in London schools

Just what has been driving the improvement in London schools?

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23rd June 2014 04:43pm

Plan to promote British values

Action will be taken against schools in England which discriminate against girls under new government plans to promote British values.

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23rd June 2014 12:25pm

'Lack of challenge bad for pupils'

Teachers who focus on making lessons accessible and relevant risk producing pupils who cannot think for themselves, a leading head teacher has said.

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23rd June 2014 09:39am

London pupils achieve better results

Schoolchildren from disadvantaged backgrounds in London are achieving better academic results than those in the rest of England, says a new study.

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