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Parents' fury as headmaster who turned round failing Catholic school faces axe

A talented headmaster parachuted in to save a failing school is facing the axe – because he... More

Teachers told: spend more of your time in the classroom

Teachers should spend more of their working week in the classroom rather than carrying out pointl... More

Ten mood and memory boosting superfoods

In Adams Briscoe’s latest ... More

All schools 'should run a longer day' to benefit poor pupils

Schools should run a longer day to prevent pupils from working-class white families falling behin... More

Brits cite trust as most important factor in working and personal relationships

New research from energy company E.ON shows people value similar attributes in their business and... More

Ofsted begins series of no notice school inspections

HM inspectors are mounting a wave of no notice inspections of schools across every region in Engl... More

Mother taken to court for keeping sick child off school speaks of ordeal

A mother taken to court for keeping her seven-year-old off school while she was recovering from c... More

School gardens have limited effect on children’s fruit and veg intake

There is little evidence to suggest that school gardening initiatives alone improve children&rsqu... More

Schools barred from making pupils run laps as punishment

Schools are to be barred from ordering pupils to run around a playing field as punishment, ... More

The Department for Education's advice for handling strike action in schools

A rising primary school population in England is putting pressure on budgets and raising fears of... More

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Parents' fury as headmaster who turned round failing Catholic school faces axe

A talented headmaster parachuted in to save a failing school is facing the axe – because he