Canolfan Addysg Athrawon De-Orllewin Cymru

The South West Wales Centre of Teacher Education

29th January 2016 03:42pm

Rhodes statue is part of global protest

Oxford's statue row is part of global student protest

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29th January 2016 11:12am

Paper rounds 'may breach European law'

Allowing children under 15 to do paper rounds before school, is "in principle contrary" to human rights law, says a European watchdog.

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29th January 2016 10:25am

Oxford college to keep Rhodes statue

An Oxford University college decides to retain a statue of 19th Century British imperialist Cecil Rhodes, in the face of a campaign calling for its removal.

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29th January 2016 10:13am

Four in 10 teachers 'attacked by pupils'

Four out of 10 teachers have experienced physical violence from pupils in the past year, a survey suggests.

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29th January 2016 02:27am

Is South Africa's education system really 'in crisis'?

Why are South Africa's schools in such a mess?

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29th January 2016 02:24am

Is the UK really in Scandinavia?

Is the UK really part of Scandinavia?

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28th January 2016 06:08pm

Paper rounds 'may breach European law'

Allowing children under 15 to do paper rounds before school, is "in principle contrary" to human rights law, says a European watchdog.

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28th January 2016 04:13pm

Heads' leader Brian Lightman steps down

Head teachers' leader Brian Lightman is stepping down as general secretary of the Association of School and College Leaders.

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28th January 2016 10:52am

Girls 'better GCSEs in all-girl schools'

Girls at single-sex state schools in England get better GCSE results than their counterparts in mixed schools.

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28th January 2016 10:09am

Call for more religious free schools

The New Schools Network wants to remove barriers to allow more faith groups to open free schools.

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