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26th October 2016 07:48am

New teacher found for tiny island school

A new teacher has been found for a school with just nine pupils on the tiny Hebridean island of Muck.

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25th October 2016 11:12pm

Free thinking

A university for coding without any teachers has opened in California this month.

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25th October 2016 03:48pm

Academy funding must be transparent, says MP

The transparency and accountability of academy spending must be improved, says chairman of the parliamentary Education Committee, Neil Carmichael MP

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25th October 2016 03:04pm

Theatre applies to be first to open free school

The Royal and Derngate Theatre announces plans to launch a new secondary school in Northampton specialising in the arts.

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25th October 2016 02:52pm

Apprenticeship 'U-turn' will help poorest teenagers

Updated government plans, for apprenticeship funding in England, have been welcomed by critics who feared they would exclude the poor.

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25th October 2016 02:18pm

New teacher found for tiny island school

A new teacher has been found for a school with just nine pupils on the tiny Hebridean island of Muck.

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25th October 2016 05:16am

Special needs: Review of plans to cut nursery school hours

The Education Authority (EA) begins a review of its plans to cut hours for pupils at special school nurseries.

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24th October 2016 04:25pm

Teen hackers study considers link to addiction

A study for Europol suggests efforts to stop young people hacking could learn from anti-addiction efforts.

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24th October 2016 04:07pm

Vale of Glamorgan high school is on the mend after 'strong progress', watchdog finds

Education watchdog Estyn said Barry Comprehensive School was addressing major shortcomings in teaching and attendance

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24th October 2016 02:21pm

New teachers: 30% of 2010 intake quit within five years

Almost a third of the new teachers who started jobs in English state schools in 2010 had left the sector five years later, ministers confirm.

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