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Widespread Isolation of Pupils Comdemned

Widespread Isolation of Pupils Comdemned - 07-12-2018

More than 200 children were placed in isolation booths for a whole school week last year, a new investigation has revealed.
Putting Politics Into School Libraries

Putting Politics Into School Libraries - 04-12-2018

In a bid to increase students knowledge of current affairs and to deepen their understanding of world politics four of the most prestigious current affairs magazines are offering their titles and extensive archives to schools free for 6 months.
Medical Students Lacking Basic Dexterity

Medical Students Lacking Basic Dexterity - 04-12-2018

U.K. surgeon Roger Kneebone says the students he teaches each year don't have the same dexterity as their predecessors.
Changing Plastic Habits in Schools with new Education Programme

Changing Plastic Habits in Schools with new Education Programme - 22-11-2018

Recycling Education Programme, R-Generation, is widening its reach for 2018, and will now be available to every primary and secondary school in the UK. Following its launch in 2016, Nestlé Waters UK is continuing its partnership with recycling charity, RECOUP, and environmental education organisation, Wastebuster, to deliver an updated programme for 2018.
Hammond’s ‘little extras’ may not go directly to schools

Hammond’s ‘little extras’ may not go directly to schools - 15-11-2018

Academy trusts will be able to pool the money their schools are awarded from the £400 million “little extras” pot and dish it out as they deem appropriate.
Children with learning disabilities 'failed by society'

Children with learning disabilities 'failed by society' - 15-11-2018

Children with learning disabilities are being let down by society, according to a report by a leading health inequality expert.
New teachers face ‘shock’ in second year

New teachers face ‘shock’ in second year - 15-11-2018

Friendly colleagues can be more valuable than formal support systems in helping new teachers to cope, research shows
Cuts to music programmes leaving low-income students behind

Cuts to music programmes leaving low-income students behind - 13-11-2018

Poorer families in the UK are at risk of under-representation in the music industry as children are being priced out of learning to play musical instruments, a new report suggests.
Unions mobilize after diastrous budget

Unions mobilize after diastrous budget - 02-11-2018

Following the Government’s failure to address the school and college funding crisis in last week’s Budget, three education unions are taking the unprecedented step of simultaneously consulting with their respective members on what steps to take next.
 Ofsted to drop focus on exam results

Ofsted to drop focus on exam results - 15-10-2018

Schools will no longer receive a separate grade for students’ outcomes under changes set out by the education watchdog. Instead, the wider curriculum on offer will be looked at.
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