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Private tuition agency teams up with charity to help disadvantaged learners to university

Private tuition agency teams up with charity to help disadvantaged learners to university - 20-04-2018

A report earlier this month found that the university diversity drive is failing Britain’s ‘poorest’ students.
120,000 children to benefit from £1.6M investment in Heritage Schools

120,000 children to benefit from £1.6M investment in Heritage Schools - 18-04-2018

The Department for Education announced on Tuesday 10 April 2018 that £1.6 million has been awarded for Historic England’s award-winning Heritage Schools programme, allowing the scheme to continue for the next two years.
Personal Finance of the Year Competition

Personal Finance of the Year Competition - 16-04-2018

The search for the 2018 ‘Personal Finance Teacher of the Year’ – which offers schools with the best personal finance teachers £12,500 to spend on equipment – is well underway, but as many will not return from the Easter recess until next week and Moneywise keen to extend the reach of the Competition, it has extended the entry deadline.
Funding Cuts – Children with Special Needs Lose Out

Funding Cuts – Children with Special Needs Lose Out - 11-04-2018

Children with special educational needs or disabilities (SEND) are not getting the support they need as schools are at “breaking point” amid funding cuts, the largest education union said.
Home Education Compulsory Registration?

Home Education Compulsory Registration? - 11-04-2018

The Department for Education is raising the prospect of a compulsory register for an estimated 45,500 home-educated children in England.
Parents considering withdrawing their children from SATs

Parents considering withdrawing their children from SATs - 11-04-2018

Parents across the country are preparing to withdraw their 10 and 11-year-olds from tests over concerns about their mental health.
UK Schools Jump at Parkour Classes

UK Schools Jump at Parkour Classes - 09-04-2018

Parkour classes are now being introduced to schools across London and the South East of England. The project comes as a bid to stimulate the Physical Education curriculum, engaging with traditionally disruptive pupils and promoting individual body confidence and self discipline.
Today's child poverty stats 'highlight a shocking trend of pre-school poverty'

Today's child poverty stats 'highlight a shocking trend of pre-school poverty' - 26-03-2018

Save the Children produced a report on the release of the recent poverty stats and highlighted a shocking trend regarding pre-school poverty.
School Exclusions: Are more children being expelled?

School Exclusions: Are more children being expelled? - 26-03-2018

There were about 1,000 more permanent exclusions in the year 2015-16 (6,685 exclusions in all) than there were the year before, according to government statistics.
Sweden vows to ban ALL religious schools

Sweden vows to ban ALL religious schools - 26-03-2018

Sweden could be set to ban all religious schools, following a proposal from the leading party ahead of this year's election.
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