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Gap between wealthy and poor pupils closing in wake of Michael Gove’s primary school reforms Gap between wealthy and poor pupils closing in wake of Michael Gove's primary school reforms The achievement gap between the poorest primary school children and their wealthier peers has closed by the biggest margin in six years following a raft of rigorous reforms. To read more   Continue Reading
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Schools will be asked to track children’s happiness amid fears about growing mental health epidemic Schools will be asked to track children's happiness amid fears about growing mental health epidemic. The new measures are part of a wider mental health strategy which will see thousands... Continue Reading
North East to get £24m schools and teacher training boost North East to get £24m schools and teacher training boost Schools and teacher training in the North East are to get a £24m boost in an effort to prevent pupils... Continue Reading
New government funding for a series of initiatives to boost technical education and teacher training opportunities has been criticised by headteachers as being a mere “drop in the ocean”. New government funding for a series of initiatives to boost technical education and teacher training opportunities has been criticised by headteachers as being a mere “drop in the ocean” Schools... Continue Reading
‘Local authorities can’t run all of our schools’ 'Local authorities can't run all of our schools' Labour must accept that schools are best run in groups – and councils no longer have the resources, says Leora Cruddas Read... Continue Reading
Labour conference: No new free schools or academies, Angela Rayner pledges Labour conference: No new free schools or academies, Angela Rayner pledges Angela Rayner told the party conference in Liverpool the current system is "simply not fit for purpose". Read the... Continue Reading
Ofsted loses two-thirds of inspectors in three years Ofsted loses two-thirds of inspectors in three years Ofsted has lost two thirds of its inspectors amid complaints that job has become like a 'treadmill' Read the full article here Continue Reading