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New T-level study to be worth three A-levels Students who achieve the very top grade in their T-level qualification will have the equivalent of three A*s at A-level, it has been announced. Read more here Continue Reading
Ofsted warns over ‘outstanding’ schools as number retaining top grade following re-inspection halves Ofsted has issued a warning over “outstanding” schools as the number retaining their status has halved, new data has revealed. Read more here Continue Reading
School leaders set out how a great culture achieves positive behaviour “Schools must be trusted to continue to set and implement behaviour policies” The Confederation of School Trusts and Parents and Teachers for Excellence today published a series of articles by... Continue Reading
School funding in England – a strategic tool to help schools plan Many members of the Confederation of School Trusts (CST) and others are clear that school funding is insufficient to deliver the excellent and sustainable education we all want. We want... Continue Reading
Teacher trainers asked to take on rejects Nick Gibb asks ITT providers to help ensure rejected candidates are not lost to the profession Read more here Continue Reading
Schools braced for ‘more variation’ in exam results Ofqual chief executive Sally Collier has written to headteachers to advise them to expect “more variation than usual” in this year’s GCSE and A-level results due to a series of... Continue Reading
Most parents reject nearest school Most families do not choose to send their children to their nearest school, shows the biggest ever study of state secondary school choices in England. More than 60% opt for... Continue Reading