'Quota' fears as independent schools close doors to Russian pupils

Independent schools in the UK are closing their doors to Russian and other foreign pupils for fear o... More

Majority of UK’s most influential were privately educated, survey reveals

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Leading private school publishes free online textbooks

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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

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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

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£12.6m ‘emergency’ hand-outs for 22 academies revealed by FOI request

Twenty two academies have been handed £12.6m in emergency funding since 2011/12 and the vas

NUT seeks to explain ‘disqualification by association’ rules to its members

The National Union of Teachers (NUT) has sought to explain “unclear” Department for E

'Quota' fears as independent schools close doors to Russian pupils

Independent schools in the UK are closing their doors to Russian and other foreign pupils for fea

Majority of UK’s most influential were privately educated, survey reveals

More than 40% of the most influential people in Britain went to independent school,

Ofsted to inspect but not judge academy chains, Morgan announces

Ofsted has been given the green light to take a closer look at the work of groups running chains