Headteachers’ union warns of an “exodus from the profession”.
Has the obsession with exam results and targets improved the lives, education and well-being of our children? Headmaster, Peter Tait, fears not
Despite efforts to recruit pupils from poorer homes with bursaries, fees at leading boarding schools have put them out of the reach of middle-class
Confused about all the different rankings for universities out there? We pick
out the ones that matter, ask why they are important and tell you how to read
In Jonathan Lewis’ new play, an “exam factory” is filled with pupils terrified
about not getting an A* to get them into Oxbridge.
Prime minister launches £67m fund to retrain 15,000 teachers and entice
university leavers into careers in education
National Association of Head Teachers survey exposes shortage of senior staff,
while newly qualified personnel are ‘not well prepared’