Banned head takes DfE to High Court for right to appeal

A banned headteacher has taken the Department for Education to High Court in a bid to overturn a ... More

Academy chain drops plan to outsource non-teaching staff

The country’s largest academy chain has confirmed it will not continue with plans to outsou... More

Legal: Managing personal problems in the staff room

Emma Alfieri and Elaine Green from Steeles L... More

Childhood obesity surges between ages of seven and 11, study shows

New analysis of findings from a study charting the lifestyles of more than 13,000 British childre... More

Weak academies need better supervision, says schools minister

Hundreds of struggling academies in England are being kept under "close watch" by the D... More

Rejection has a positive effect on employees, survey finds

Employees whose innovation ideas were rejected once come are more likely to back with more than t... More

Bad days spark £4.6bn spending spree by down-in-the-dumps Brits

Bad weather, running late or getting out of the wrong side of bed – whatever the cause of a... More

Academy spends Pupil Premium cash on taxis and buses

An academy spent £15,000 from its Pupil Premium money on ferrying students by taxi to schoo... More

Half of schools looking to cut costs to balance budgets

More than half of school leaders are looking to reduce costs over the coming year, with the gover... More

From November’s issue: Everything you need to know about biomass

Biomass heating has, in recent years, established itself as more than just an energy-saving nove... 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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Banned head takes DfE to High Court for right to appeal

A banned headteacher has taken the Department for Education to High Court in a bid to overturn a

Academy chain drops plan to outsource non-teaching staff

The country’s largest academy chain has confirmed it will not continue with plans to outsou

Legal: Managing personal problems in the staff room

Emma Alfieri and Elaine Green from Steeles L

Childhood obesity surges between ages of seven and 11, study shows

New analysis of findings from a study charting the lifestyles of more than 13,000 British childre