Encouraging recently retired people to go into teaching could help to solve teacher shortages in key...More
A primary school headmistress has threatened to expel every child who is taken on a family holiday during...More
Department for Education figures show, that nearly one in 100 full-time teaching posts in England were...More
A former health minister has claimed Michael Gove quietly downgraded the importance of mental health in...More
A new report on racial segregation says Six in 10 ethnic minority in England pupils begin Year 1 where...More
A couple who took their children out of primary school to visit a sick grandparent in India without formal...More
A school has cancelled a £1,650 trip to Barbados because too few pupils signed up to go, the BBC reports.More
A "cruel" parent from Bridgwater has avoided jail after stealing more than £6,000 from a school PTA where...More
More than half of teenagers (53%) do less than two hours of sport each week, with one in 10 (11%) doing...More
A headmistress has banned skirts at a secondary school to spare the blushes of male teachers who were...More
June 2015 Education Executive
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Nicky Morgan: Bring retirees into the classroom to plug gap
Encouraging recently retired people to go into teaching could help to solve teacher shortages in
Primary head threatens to expel every child taken on holiday during term
A primary school headmistress has threatened to expel every child who is taken on a family holida
Worrying rise in teacher vacancies in England
Department for Education figures show, that nearly one in 100 full-time teaching posts in England
Lord Moynihan: 'Private schools should share facilities'
A former sports minister and Olympics chief has called for all private schools to open up their p
Former minster: 'Gove's reforms ignored pupils' mental illness'
A former health minister has claimed Michael Gove quietly downgraded the importance of