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Trojan Horse school gets an Ark makeover

Two years after Golden Hillock investigated by Ofsted over extremist risk, new academy has bee...

Four schools unite to form new Multi-Academy Trust

Hertfordshire schools merge to enhance provision and quality of local education

Government releases revised GCSE and A-level content

Nick Gibb says GCSE and A-level reform 'to be rigorous' as content for courses revised includi...

What do school leaders want for Christmas?

Russell Hobby's end of term blog outlines five areas where teachers are hoping to see improvem...

In short supply

Labour reveals schools spending up to £1.3bn on supply teachers as recruitment crisis continue...

Top Ofsted praise for Bath Spa teaching programmes

Bath Spa University is celebrating after receiving high recognition for its Teacher Education ...

Not just a history lesson

A CBI report suggests that science is being squeezed out at primary level. Dan Sullivan looks ...

Shanghai teachers working with CLF

Bristol academy maths exchange part of DfE Maths Hubs Programme

Teaching outside the box

Strategic partnership between Learning Resources® and Hope Education launches STEM in Action

Self-assessment and learning to learn

One way to encourage progress and improvement is to give pupils control over their own learnin...

Academy develops history teaching tool

Mildenhall College Academy film brings museum history into the classroom

Calculating the benefits

Carey Ann Dodah says that maths is a fundamental part of life and can be fun to teach as well ...

Educational excellence - some food for thought

Julie Booth examines the different elements behind one vision of educational excellence

Will you put driving on the curriculum?

Early driver education programme is continuing with its campaign to get driving on schools' cu...

Ark Kings Academy is most-improved in UK

Ark academy celebrates improvement in GCSE results while national average decreases

To de-couple or not to de-couple?

Karen Cornick, Principal of North Somerset Enterprise and Technology College, says that is the...

Inspiring students to love maths

Carey Ann Dodah says maths is a fundamental part of life and can be fun to teach as well as le...

Parents fear children won't find jobs

Baker Dearing Educational Trust finds over half of parents are worried about their child's edu...

Bring the outside in

Inspired Building Systems offers five tips to connect learning with the outdoors

Builders of the future

Turner & Townsend adopts two high-performing schools to tackle construction industry skills sh...

Designed and made in Britain?

Campaign aims to stop decline in students taking design and tech subjects at A-level

The rise of the alternative education

As free schools, studio schools and UTCs grow in number, there are more choices than ever. Edi...

Tackling sex and gender issues in the classroom

Campaigners call for sex and relationships education to be gender-aware

William Howard Trust launches in Cumbria

New education trust to change the face of education in Cumbria

Progress 'too slow' in key stage three

HM Chief Inspector Sir Michael Wilshaw says leadership and quality of education is a concern a...

Down to a science

Bringing a 'wow' factor to children's science lessons can benefit teachers too, says Dan Sulli...

Across the board

Pupils set to benefit as businesses urged to donate supply chain board games to local schools

More pupils leaving primary with maths and literacy skills

Key stage two results show 90,000 more 11 year-olds secure skills needed for secondary school ...

Get pre-school kids counting, say parents

New research says UK parents think children should learn basic numeracy before starting school...

GCSE figures show jump in STEM subjects

Government praises jump in STEM and Ebacc entries helping to widen students' opportunities

GCSE results: 18% transfer to post-16 at independent schools

Independent education can help former state school pupils with post-GCSE studies, says Gabbita...

The future of outdoor learning

Opportunities to take learning out of the classroom are untapped in England, says Andy Swain

Plymouth goes ping-pong!

Liquid nitrogen and ping-pong balls collide in the name of science at Plymouth University

Should driving be on the curriculum?

Petition urges government to put driving on the school curriculum to help cut number of accide...

Positive routes for school leavers

School leavers advised to take apprenticeships after A level results day

Kingston's top tips for Clearing

With A level results day looming, Kingston University encourages students to be well prepared ...

Traditional or vocational?

QA research shows 74% of school children would consider an apprenticeship, but less than 20% k...

Workshops bring built environment to life for students

UrbanPlan education initiative launches in UK schools this autumn to give young people an insi...

Seas of change

New research shows coastal academies are changing school cultures in disadvantaged regions

Ofsted reports improvements at Southfield school

Southfield Technology College comes out of special measures thanks to leadership and collabora...