Students have been treated fairly, says Ofqual

Simon Lebus has said that students getting results this week can feel satisfied that their grades are fair.

School PE declines as Olympic legacy is ’squandered’

The government is 'squandering' the sporting legacy left by the 2012 Olympics, amid evidence that falling amounts of school time are being used for PE.

Arts cuts could cause ‘creativity crisis’ in schools

Schools in England face a ‘creativity crisis’ with the number of creative arts students and teachers down by as much as a fifth in some subjects.

Catch-up tuition programme opens for students

Disadvantaged pupils in England could begin focused tuition as early as next week, under the new National Tutoring Programme.

Coronavirus language gap to receive targeted funding

Reception-age children will benefit from a multi-million pound package of funding to boost their early language skills.

BTec results caught up in exams mishap

Students taking BTec vocational qualifications have been caught up in the exam crisis that has affected A-level and GCSE results.

Board games can help improve maths skills

The EEF has claimed that teachers and early years staff can use storybooks and games to help young children develop their early maths skills.

Schools putting own interests ahead of pupils

Amanda Spielman has criticised schools for putting their own interests ahead of their pupils’, accusing them of continuing to ‘game’ the system.

Universal access to the full curriculum in Wales

Kirsty Williams has confirmed the government’s decision on the teaching of religion, relationships and sexuality education in Welsh schools.

New vision for education in Cardiff is launched

A new vision for education and learning in Cardiff has been launched.

Broad and balanced curriculum in Wales

The Welsh Government has launched a consultation seeking views on the role of RE and RSE within the current curriculum.

Heads critical of new reception tests for five-year-olds

A survey has revealed that 86 per cent of headteachers are negative about the new reception baseline assessment.

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.

Relentless focus on STEM should be altered

Ed Vaizey has used a debate on increasing music education to blast the current ‘relentless focus on STEM’ in schools across the country.

Scrap ‘worthless’ EBacc over decline in arts

The government should scrap the ‘worthless’ EBacc after further declinse in pupils taking GCSEs in arts subjects.

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