The Association of School and College Leaders (ASCL) has warned that music and drama could be squeezed out of the curriculum if the government pushes on with the English Baccalaureate (EBacc) proposal.

The National Teaching Services (NTS) pilot has been launched to encourage talented teachers to apply to work in schools across the North West that are struggling to attract the specialist staff they require.

An analysis conducted by Tes has revealed that schools in the North East outperform other regions on GCSE and Sats results, when the pupil’s backgr

In response to a freedom of information (FoI) request submitted by the Local Schools Network, the Department for Education (DfE) has revealed it spent over £3 million to transfer 23 academies to new trusts.

The National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT) has further clarified its position on reforms to school funding with a collection of essays discussing what a revised funding formula could look like.

More than four in 10 teachers and school support staff (43 per cent) have dealt with physical violence from pupils over the past year, according to a survey from the Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL).

The response to Ofsted’s new short inspection system for schools judged as ‘good’ has been ‘largely positive’, according to Ofsted’s chief inspector.

A funding boost of £80 million has been announced to improve support for children with special educational needs (SEN).

TES has reported that Tony Foot, director of the Department for Education’s funding group, is under ‘no illusion’ about the financial challenges schools are due to face as a result of rising costs and real terms budget cuts.

Jamshed Javeed, a chemistry teacher from Sharples School in Bolton, has been banned from teaching after being convicted for his intentions to travel to Syria to join ISIL.

According to education data analysts SchoolDash, girls at single-sex state schools in England achieve better GCSE results that those in mixed schools.

The National Union of Students (NUS) has warned that thousands of students could be squeezed out of further education if plans for college closures and mergers go ahead.

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