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Share a Story this World Book Day!

Share a Story this World Book Day! - 15-02-2018

World Book Day returns on 1st March 2018 marking the biggest annual celebration of reading, offering a special line-up of authors, titles, events and activities for all to get involved.
Undergraduates to tutor GCSE students in Liverpool

Undergraduates to tutor GCSE students in Liverpool - 09-02-2018

Around 60 University of Liverpool undergraduates have been recruited to work with secondary school pupils in the city to drive up attainment in maths and science.
New survey shows half of all schoolchildren feel sad or anxious every week

New survey shows half of all schoolchildren feel sad or anxious every week - 07-02-2018

Half of all schoolchildren feel sad or anxious every week – with school pressures and worries about their future being the biggest issues - according to a poll carried out for Barnardo's to mark the start of Children's Mental Health Week.
TeachingTimes is supporting  AfA's 100 Million Minutes Reading Challenge!

TeachingTimes is supporting AfA's 100 Million Minutes Reading Challenge! - 09-01-2018

We are supporting the 100 Million Minutes Reading Challenge – a national initiative from Achievement for All that will engage children and young people with reading.
Cheating teachers up fourfold in four years

Cheating teachers up fourfold in four years - 03-01-2018

The number of teachers caught cheating to get better exam results for their pupils has increased fourfold over the last four years, a report has found. Last year, 388 penalties were given to teachers for the offence, compared to 97 in 2013.
Ofsted inspectors to quiz schoolgirls in hijabs

Ofsted inspectors to quiz schoolgirls in hijabs - 03-01-2018

Inspectors will question girls who wear the hijab in primary school to find out why they do so, head of Ofsted Amanda Spielman has said.
LGBT+ issues could be taught in school sex education

LGBT+ issues could be taught in school sex education - 03-01-2018

Issues surrounding sexuality and different genders could be taught in classrooms for the first time ever as part of the biggest shake-up of relationships and sex education (RSE) in almost 20 years.
1,000 nurseries close in childcare ‘crisis’

1,000 nurseries close in childcare ‘crisis’ - 03-01-2018

The Government has been accused of “failing working families” after it has merged more than 1,000 nurseries and childminders have gone out business in the past two years.
Mondelēz Health for Life programme

Mondelēz Health for Life programme - 07-12-2017

Around 90,000 adults and children in Birmingham have been given the keys to leading healthier lifestyles thanks to a health and wellbeing community programme funded by Mondelēz International, a new report has revealed.
Lets Explore - Soft play sessions available for children with SEND

Lets Explore - Soft play sessions available for children with SEND - 30-11-2017

Lets Explore, the premium soft play centre in Horley, has launched a new play session for Surrey and Sussex children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND).
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