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Welcome to the news section of our website where you will find news stories which we hope will be of interest to you. Below you will find the latest news entries but if you would like to look back further, please feel free to search our news archive.

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New curriculum introduced this month

Far-reaching changes are taking place in the country's schools as a new curriculum is introduced. ...

Posted on 01/09/2014 - [Read More...]

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Report identifies inadequacies in out-of-school childcare

Many parents find it hard to make childcare arrangements, with provision varying widely between areas....

Posted on 29/08/2014 - [Read More...]

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Key stage 2 test results 'show standards are rising'

More pupils are reaching level four at key stage two, preparing them for GCSE study....

Posted on 29/08/2014 - [Read More...]

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Labour calls for 'technical universities'

Technical universities could collaborate with schools and employers to ensure high-skilled jobs are created....

Posted on 28/08/2014 - [Read More...]

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Career prospects 'can be damaged by bullying'

New research supports previous studies that have demonstrated the long-term impact of bullying....

Posted on 28/08/2014 - [Read More...]

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Govt doubles free childcare entitlement

Evidence shows good-quality childcare can help to narrow the early-years attainment gap....

Posted on 27/08/2014 - [Read More...]

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Young people who are NEET hits 9-year low

Government says the latest fall in the number of NEETs shows its long-term economic plan is working. ...

Posted on 27/08/2014 - [Read More...]

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Rise in top A*-C GCSE grades

Figures reveal a rise in top GCSE grades but a drop in the number of pupils getting high marks in English....

Posted on 22/08/2014 - [Read More...]

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Wales narrows GCSE attainment gap

More pupils have been achieving top grades in Wales, narrowing the attainment gap with other parts of the UK....

Posted on 21/08/2014 - [Read More...]

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Children's drawings 'could predict intelligence'

A new study claims to have uncovered a link between children's drawings and their intelligence....

Posted on 20/08/2014 - [Read More...]

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1 in 3 parents worry their children will not make friends

A new poll reveals the extent of parents' concerns about their children's ability to socialise....

Posted on 19/08/2014 - [Read More...]

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Govt SEND reforms 'improving support'

Changes to SEND provision are making a difference to people's lives, government claims....

Posted on 18/08/2014 - [Read More...]

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Plans for teacher-led league tables unveiled

Independent rankings will include a wider range of information about schools than government tables....

Posted on 13/08/2014 - [Read More...]

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Schoolchildren given chance to develop cyber skills

A new initiative has been launched to give youngsters the opportunity to develop cyber security skills....

Posted on 12/08/2014 - [Read More...]

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Reforms 'have restored confidence in the education system'

The education secretary says the coalition's reforms have helped to raise education standards....

Posted on 11/08/2014 - [Read More...]

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