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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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Phonics 'helping to boost reading skills'

Government figures reveal pupils are benefiting from the phonics teaching method....

Posted on 29/09/2014 - [Read More...]

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New GCSE in food and cooking unveiled

The government's new GCSE in food and cooking will include an emphasis on nutrition....

Posted on 26/09/2014 - [Read More...]

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Watford SEN school officially reopens

A SEN school in Watford has reopened after undergoing a substantial refurbishment....

Posted on 25/09/2014 - [Read More...]

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Streaming 'can widen attainment gap'

New study reveals that dividing youngsters into ability groups does not reduce the attainment gap....

Posted on 25/09/2014 - [Read More...]

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Welsh govt provides anti-bullying advice

Information is being made available by the Welsh government to help prevent bullying....

Posted on 24/09/2014 - [Read More...]

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All primary schools 'should become academies'

Policy Exchange thinktank suggests encouraging all schools to become academies would benefit teachers....

Posted on 23/09/2014 - [Read More...]

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Longer school days 'could help white working-class children'

DfE says longer school days could help to boost attainment levels among the white working class....

Posted on 22/09/2014 - [Read More...]

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Welsh education minister congratulates heads

Some 71 Welsh teachers have completed a demanding assessment that will allow them to become heads....

Posted on 19/09/2014 - [Read More...]

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Guitar rises in music lesson popularity

New figures reveal the guitar is becoming more popular in the list of musical instruments....

Posted on 17/09/2014 - [Read More...]

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Ofsted to carry out no-notice inspections

A wave of no-notice inspections is to be carried out by Ofsted during two weeks in September....

Posted on 16/09/2014 - [Read More...]

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UK 'becoming a graduate economy'

New report reveals more people are educated to a tertiary level than those who leave education after upper secondary school....

Posted on 15/09/2014 - [Read More...]

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Ofqual: 3% to receive top GCSE grade

In a bid to ensure the best performers are differentiated, only three per cent will receive the new top GCSE grade. ...

Posted on 12/09/2014 - [Read More...]

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Exceptional heads to improve challenging schools

100 top-quality headteachers will be parachuted into struggling schools to help turn them around....

Posted on 11/09/2014 - [Read More...]

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Pre-school education 'leads to better GCSE results'

GCSE results will improve if children receive pre-school education....

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

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Smaller classes 'not necessarily more efficient'

A new report reveals smaller class sizes do not necessarily boost education outcomes....

Posted on 05/09/2014 - [Read More...]

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