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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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Assessment without levels

A teacher-led commission will help primary schools to replace levels with new methods of assessment....

Posted on 27/02/2015 - [Read More...]

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Character Awards winners announced

Education secretary reveals the winners of the Character Awards....

Posted on 27/02/2015 - [Read More...]

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Number of NEETs falls to 8-year low

Government figures reveal the number of NEETs has fallen to the lowest level for eight years....

Posted on 26/02/2015 - [Read More...]

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Govt launches middle leader school improvement plan

Middle leaders from strong schools are to help raise standards in underperforming ones....

Posted on 26/02/2015 - [Read More...]

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Welsh teachers attend CERN on CPD course

Physics teachers from Wales are attending a CPD course at the CERN facility in Switzerland....

Posted on 25/02/2015 - [Read More...]

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'Radical' report published on Welsh curriculum

Professor Donaldson's new report into the Welsh curriculum is 'radical and wide-ranging'....

Posted on 25/02/2015 - [Read More...]

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Classroom design 'can boost pupil progress by 16%'

New research reveals pupils' progress can improve by 16 per cent as a result of good classroom design....

Posted on 25/02/2015 - [Read More...]

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Second phase of maths teacher exchange launched

Schools in the UK are to benefit from a teacher exchange with institutions in Shanghai....

Posted on 24/02/2015 - [Read More...]

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Short breaks 'harm pupils' chance of success'

New data shows even short absences from school lower pupils' rates of achievement....

Posted on 23/02/2015 - [Read More...]

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Delaying school entry 'could lead to poorer results'

New research contradicts the theory that delaying school entry could be beneficial for some children....

Posted on 20/02/2015 - [Read More...]

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PM calls on teachers to promote apprenticeships

More needs to be done to inform pupils about apprenticeships, prime minister says....

Posted on 19/02/2015 - [Read More...]

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Digital skills 'as important as English and maths'

House of Lords committee says digital skills should be third core subject alongside English and maths....

Posted on 18/02/2015 - [Read More...]

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Govt makes £1.6bn school places funding commitment

Latest £1.6 billion funding initiative means local authorities can offer more school places to kids who live in their area....

Posted on 16/02/2015 - [Read More...]

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British science teacher in line for $1m prize

Richard Spencer has made the final ten of the Global Teacher Prize competition....

Posted on 13/02/2015 - [Read More...]

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Disadvantaged pupils 'could be missing out on some GCSEs'

A new report suggests disadvantaged children are not being given the chance to study more difficult GCSEs....

Posted on 12/02/2015 - [Read More...]

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