Preschool Fundraising: Incorporating Kids As Part Of Your Gatherings

Preschool fundraising, as the title implies is often a specific form of fundraising celebration that’s meant for that compact kids and preschool…

Balls hints at scrapping of SATs tests

Author: By Richard Garner, Education Editor The Schools Secretary paved the way for the test to be replaced by internal teacher classroom assessments …

Leading Article: Oxbridge rules

This is the conclusion of a report published today by the think-tank, the Higher Education Policy Institute, which finds that Oxbridge is unmatched wh…

Poor white boys ‘falling further behind’

Author: By Alison Kershaw, Press Association Less than half (48 per cent) of male, white British 11-year-olds from disadvantaged backgrounds reached L…

Sats for 11-year-olds may eventually go, says Balls

Author: By Alison Kershaw, Press Association In what will be seen as a bid to appease the two teaching unions threatening the boycott, the schools sec…

Exam board chief warns of loss of public trust in system

Author: By Richard Garner, Education Editor Schools were under pressure to put pupils in for exams which would earn precious points in league tables r…

Call to fine exam boards which break the rules

Author: By Alison Kershaw, Press Association Awarding bodies are competing in a “race to the bottom” as they battle to make their courses …

Crucifixes banned from Italian schools

The ruling could force a review of the use of religious symbols in government-run schools across Europe. Saying the crucifix could be disturbing to no…

Teaching unions considering boycott to ‘stop SATs in their tracks’

Author: By Richard Garner Mick Brookes, general secretary of the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT), was speaking as both his organisation a…

School heads receive Sats ballot forms

Author: By Alison Kershaw, Press Association The National Union of Teachers (NUT) and the National Association of Headteachers (NAHT) are holding an i…