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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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Welsh govt announces progress on numeracy and literacy

New areas of learning and programmes of study have been published ahead of curriculum changes. ...

Posted on 22/10/2014 - [Read More...]

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Labour 'to allow more academy conversions'

The shadow education secretary has given the green light to more schools becoming academies....

Posted on 20/10/2014 - [Read More...]

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Olympic legacy funds 'improving primary school PE'

Youngsters are benefiting from investment to boost PE skills and uptake, Ofsted reveals....

Posted on 20/10/2014 - [Read More...]

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'More progress needed' on early years education

A gender gap and a socioeconomic divide remain among children in early years education, government says....

Posted on 17/10/2014 - [Read More...]

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Persistent absence rate falls

Government claims substantial decline in absence rates is a result of its reforms....

Posted on 16/10/2014 - [Read More...]

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Primary Futures to teach children about the world of work

Children at primary schools are to learn how their studies are linked to employment opportunities....

Posted on 15/10/2014 - [Read More...]

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Bilingual youngsters 'perform better in noisy lessons'

A new study reveals many bilingual youngsters are better able to filter out background chatter....

Posted on 14/10/2014 - [Read More...]

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New intervention powers pledged to raise education standards

The Conservatives have announced new measures to help turn around schools that are experiencing difficulties....

Posted on 13/10/2014 - [Read More...]

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Ofsted announces shorter, more frequent inspections

Shorter, more frequent inspections of good schools are to be introduced by Ofsted....

Posted on 10/10/2014 - [Read More...]

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More sleep 'could be key to better exam results'

A new study aims to gauge the effect of getting a better night's sleep on youngsters' learning....

Posted on 09/10/2014 - [Read More...]

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The costs and benefits of music tuition

The costs of music tuition can be high but there are ways for schools to help manage them....

Posted on 08/10/2014 - [Read More...]

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Teaching assistants "essential" to improving standards

The role of teaching assistants is to be reviewed by the government as it seeks to create a framework of professional standards....

Posted on 07/10/2014 - [Read More...]

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Schools urged to do more to help disadvantaged pupils

A new report identifies strategies that could help raise the attainment levels of disadvantaged youngsters....

Posted on 06/10/2014 - [Read More...]

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Cash incentives 'fail to improve exam results'

New research suggests cash incentives are ineffective when compared with good teaching standards....

Posted on 03/10/2014 - [Read More...]

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Many pupils carry on playing sport when injured

A new study reveals the fear of being labelled 'wimps' often leads youngsters to play on despite sustaining injuries....

Posted on 02/10/2014 - [Read More...]

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