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Over a hundred free schools approved in England

Over a hundred free schools approved in England - 13-04-2017

“They give us the school places we need for the future, and they also give parents more choices” - Education Secretary, Justine Greening
Term-time holiday ban upheld by Supreme Court

Term-time holiday ban upheld by Supreme Court - 06-04-2017

Five justices refuse to rescind imposed fine on father of truant pupil in unanimous decision
Bafta seeks game designers of the future in annual competition

Bafta seeks game designers of the future in annual competition - 27-03-2017

BAFTA (The British Academy of Film and Television Arts) has, just in time for setting homework challenges for the long Easter break, announced a call for entries for its popular annual Young Games Designer (YGD) competition.
A mega union is born

A mega union is born - 24-03-2017

Members of two of the biggest education unions voted overwhelmingly to combine their forces in the face of what they believe is unprecedented crisis in teacher recruitment and retention, caused by a hostile government agenda.

Next Generation Learning Spaces 2017 - 13-03-2017

Have you registered for the Next Generation Learning Spaces conference?
Headteachers should join a merged mega union, says ATL leader

Headteachers should join a merged mega union, says ATL leader - 08-02-2017

The leader of ATL, who is negotiating a mega union with the NUT, has invited headteacher unions to consider joining them.

Two more Trusts back Professional Learning Service - 07-02-2017

Two more Trusts at opposite ends of the country have opted to buy the acclaimed Professional Learning Community service

TEST - 03-02-2017

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Headteachers should join a merged mega union, says ATL leader

Headteachers should join a merged mega union, says ATL leader - 03-02-2017

The leader of ATL, who is negotiating a mega union with the NUT, has invited headteacher unions to consider joining them.
Marking crisis hits A-level and GCSE exams

Marking crisis hits A-level and GCSE exams - 27-01-2017

A report has found that thousands of teachers will be needed to keep up with the marking for new GCSE and A-level qualifications. The lack of examiners is so considerable that the headteachers association, the Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ) and exam boards, has began a publicity drive in order to recruit more teachers.
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