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Leading private school publishes free online textbooks

A top private school, with some of the best results in England, is publishing digital textbooks whic... More

Competition for places peaks with children sitting as many as seven entrance exams

Competition for places at Britain's top private schools has reached 'boiling point' as children take... More

Political interference 'damaging schools', says former Ofsted chief

Efforts to improve England's education system are being undermined by short-term political pressures... More

Gladiatorial culture of school rugby is too violent for small children, warns surgeon

Smaller children should not be forced to play rugby with bigger boys while those who don’t want to... More

Schools should appoint heads of wellbeing, charity says

Secondary schools should create a “head of well-being” post to combat poor physical and mental h... More

Teaching unions warn of self-harm epidemic among students

An epidemic of self-harm is blighting the lives of students across the country, with schools unable ... More

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Popularity of farmers' markets 'fuels rise in agriculture college courses'

The popularity of farmers’ markets combined with concerns over food security are fuelling a surge ... More

Labour is waging 'class war' against private schools, says top head

Labour has been accused of embarking on a “1970s class war” by one of the country's leading priv... More

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UK schools embrace technology as pace of evolution increases

The pace of technological evolution is moving much faster in the UK education sector than might h

UK schools embrace technology as pace of evolution increases

The pace of technological evolution is moving much faster in the UK education sector than might h

One in four teachers denied pay rise, survey reveals

More than a quarter of teachers have been denied salary increases after the introduction of a con

Parents face court over term-time break after schools split on permission

A Rotherham couple have fallen foul of a government crackdown on term-time holidays after they we

Free infant meals delivery ‘unsustainable’ at flagship school

A small school hailed as proof that free lunches could be delivered to all infants without draini