The majority of schools are safe environments for pupils and teaching staff, and it’s important they remain so. The Education Secretary has been clear that education is the best protection for vulnerable young people most at risk of being led down a dangerous path, and we must all take a united approach to protecting them.
Today’s news review looks at a report on head teacher recruitment that doesn’t tally with the figures and a report into apprenticeships.
Today’s news review examines a report into white working class boys’ GCSE performance, Equal Pay Day and concerns about lower-level apprenticeships.
Today’s news review looks at plans to ensure talented women at the top of business are recognised, promoted and rewarded.
Today’s news review looks at media coverage of an open letter from headteachers in Surrey about selective schools.
Today’s news review looks at reports on independent Islamic schools, and the newly launched consultation on Level 3 literacy and numeracy requirements.
Today, Friday 4 November, Dyson announced that it will be launching an Institute of Technology in partnership with Warwick University that will offer engineering degree apprenticeships to twenty five students a year. The succesful applications will work for Dyson in …
Today's news review looks at the annoucnement of a new Institute of Technology from Dyson and a highly speculative report into school funding.
Today’s news review looks at figures published in Parliament that reveal the difference a grammar school education can make to disadvantaged children and the More Than a Score coalition.
Today’s news review looks the result of the incorrect storage of chemical 2,4 DNP and a study into maths conducted by Oxford University.
Today, the Guardian published an article by Peter Scott titled ‘The UK is becoming the nasty country, and our universities will suffer’ that contained a number of criticisms of the government’s Higher Education and Research Bill. Please see details setting …