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Ofsted could be given powers to seize evidence when inspecting illegal schools amid crackdown The Government is also proposing to tighten up the definition of what constitutes “full time” education, in an attempt to close a loophole which schools have used to claim they are exempt from inspection. Read more here Continue Reading
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Ofsted could be given powers to seize evidence when inspecting illegal schools amid crackdown The Government is also proposing to tighten up the definition of what constitutes “full time” education, in an attempt to close a loophole which schools have used to claim they... Continue Reading
School league tables: Boys behind girls for three decades England's schoolboys have had worse exam results than girls for 30 years, secondary school league table data just published confirms. Girls are now 14% more likely to pass English and... Continue Reading
Levelling up education standards across the country Today the Prime Minister, joined by the Education Secretary, announced that every secondary school has been guaranteed at least £5,000 per pupil next year, and at least £3,750 for primaries,... Continue Reading
Education Secretary unveils plans to unleash North East potential Gavin Williamson outlines measures to tackle challenges facing schools in the region through extra training and greater access to employers and universities. Read more here Continue Reading
Parlez-vous français? Maybe not if you’re a boy Girls are more than twice as likely as boys to pass a GCSE in a modern foreign language, a report suggests. Read more here Continue Reading
Schools warned against ‘gaming’ exam league tables Schools have been warned against "gaming" their league-table ranking by getting pupils to take qualifications that are of low value to them. Read more here Continue Reading