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25th September 2015 12:38pm

Teachers given parking ticket powers

Teachers and parents in Thurrock are being asked to act as traffic wardens with powers to issue parking tickets outside schools.

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25th September 2015 05:42am

Academy conversion costing councils

School debts of £30m have been cleared by councils as part of the academy conversion programme, a BBC investigation reveals.

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25th September 2015 05:00am

Why the outlook for the sugar industry is far from sweet as obesity levels and health concerns soar

Public health nutrition student Rebecca Rose on the the challenges facing the sugar industry and a product that has been labelled the 'new tobacco'

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24th September 2015 06:57pm

'Proud' letter school rated inadequate

A school at which pupils were told test results did not assess what made them "special and unique" is rated as inadequate by inspectors.

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24th September 2015 05:41pm

Unison applauds RCT council for introducing living wage for 3,000 employees in phased approach from October 1

RCT Unison branch secretary Peter Crews says the move will provide a financial lift and a morale boost to the council's lowest-earning staff

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24th September 2015 05:20pm

Swansea University's reputation 'tarnished' by management school controversy, union claims

The University and College Union branch at Swansea said a steady stream of negative publicity had 'bruised and wounded' the management school

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24th September 2015 04:24pm

Nearly 100,000 children 'homeless'

Nearly 100,000 children in England are living in temporary accommodation after being made homeless, new figures show.

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24th September 2015 04:12pm

Safety tests for children's fancy dress

A nationwide investigation into the safety of children's fancy dress costumes is to be carried out by Trading Standards officials.

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24th September 2015 02:41pm

VIDEO: David Walliams on getting children to read

Children's author David Walliams says children need more help with their reading.

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24th September 2015 02:14pm

Student scales Kilimanjaro in memory of his midwife mum 'who was there for everyone'

Rhys Andrews, 20, is climbing Kilimanjaro in Nairobi this week to honour of his mum who died of breast cancer in 2012 and raise money for research.

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