Give mainstream schools SEN incentives

Councils have argued that mainstream schools should be incentivised to take in more children with special needs.

Controversial Tory education measures leaked

Policy proposals for schools in England designed to be rolled out over the coming weeks have been leaked.

Javid pledges spending review cash for schools

Sajid Javid has confirmed that the early Spending Round will be delivered on 4 September, pledging increased spending on schools.

Government expected to address funding shortages

Prime Minister Boris Johnson is expected to address growing concerns about school funding shortages soon.

Secondary crisis looms next year, warn councils

Despite thousands of new secondary school places having been created by councils, children still face the prospect of missing out on a place.

Norfolk schools set to extend nurseries

Four more schools are to expand their nursery places as part of the move to Norfolk’s new early childhood and family service.

Entries for the double award science GCSE increase

There has been a 4.8 per cent increase in the number of entries for the double award science GCSE.

Handwritten exams go against how pupils learn

A teacher who helps others with technology has claimed that paper and pens should become things of the past in school exams.

£138 million spent on supply teachers last year

Schools in the UK spent £138 million on recruitment agency fees for supply teachers last year.

Girls appear to benefit from more rigorous GCSEs

Early indications suggest that the introduction of more rigorous GCSE courses appears to have benefited girls more than boys.

GCSE results are released today

Education Secretary Gavin Williamson has claimed that there has never been a better time to go into post-16 study.

Over a million children have gone hungry this summer

Government figures suggest that millions of children across England have gone hungry over the summer holidays.

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