Female lab technician ‘was sexually discriminated against’ by students

A school lab technician claims she was verbally abused and humiliated while working at one of the...More

Majority of teachers believe focus on exams hinders character development

Teachers increasingly believe that moral character is being squeezed out of children’s education, new...More

Blog: One parent tell us how she's doing it for the kids

Amelia Sinclair, founder of Campaign Kids, argues that children in both independent and state schools need...More

EdExec LIVE early bird tickets are selling like hotcakes…

Here at IE HQ, we're getting oh-so excited about EdExec LIVE 2015, which is taking place on Wednesday 1...More

Mike Tindall: get rid of protective gear for rugby kids

Children do not need to wear protective gear when playing rugby, according to Mike Tindall, who urged...More

Give students sanctuary from technology, says private school spokesman

Schools must be “privileged places” that give students time and space away from being “bombarded...More

Eton plans 'glass-walled classroom' to help train teachers

Eton College is building a new glass-walled classroom where teachers can be observed in action in order to...More

Almost half of education workers say job has negative impact on health

Education workers feel they’re putting their heart health at risk due to the pressures of their job,...More

Independent school of the year Brighton College to open outpost in Bangkok

Brighton College is preparing to open the latest in a series of planned international sister institutions,...More

Girls need 'real models' not just role models, says private school chief

Teenage girls can be daunted by high-flying women and need more "real models" as well as role models, the...More

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