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Bullying: Fifth of young people in UK have been victims in past year – report A fifth of young people in the UK have been bullied in the past 12 months, an annual report has found. Read more here Continue Reading
Teachers’ working hours have not changed for 25 years, major new study finds It is a “myth” that teachers are now working longer hours than they did in the past, according to one of the lead researchers on a new academic paper published... Continue Reading
CST at the Schools & Academies Show Join CST at the Schools and Academies Show on 13 and 14 November 2019 at the NEC Birmingham. Our CEO, Leora Cruddas will be speaking in the MAT Summit theatre... Continue Reading
First aid lessons begin in schools ahead of roll-out Trials of first aid lessons in English schools begin this month, with the classes becoming compulsory from 2020. Read more here   Continue Reading
Off to ‘big school’? Some pupils need extra support, says Ofsted Primary schools should identify pupils whose behaviour may be at risk of deteriorating when they reach secondary school, a report for Ofsted suggests. Read more here Continue Reading
Special needs pupils without care plans ‘vulnerable’ Many children in England with special educational needs and disabilities (Send) are not getting the help they need, the National Audit Office warns. Read more here   Continue Reading
OECD report shows UK has world’s largest primary classes Britain has the biggest primary school classes in the developed world, a new report has revealed. State primary schools in the UK now have an average of 28 pupils, according... Continue Reading