Currently we provide more out-of-school support to those excluded for bullying than the victims they drive away from mainstream education.
Posts Tagged: Schools
The test of Cameron’s announcement today is less one of words than deeds. It must be followed up across Whitehall and especially, at a local level, by the police.
Plus: I hate Frankfurt. Love for Javid. Morgan’s popularity rises. And: No-one wants to see Danny Alexander’s ginger nuts swinging their way down Whitehall.
There is to be a new grammar school, sorry, grammar school extension in Kent. But shouldn’t the good people of that county have charge of such decisions?
It’s time to stop innovating, think inside the box – and learn to speak English again.
The Government has allowed this radical project to slip down their list of priorities. It must be restored.
It is well documented that they can suffer both long term development issues and a lag in educational attainment.
Pupils spend five days a week in the classroom. More than any extra-curricular activity programme, that’s where character must be built.
Nick Gibb MP: While we improve key GCSEs, Labour’s leadership candidates have nothing to say about standards
This week, hundreds of thousands of Year 10 pupils will start being taught the new and more rigorous English and maths qualification.
Almost a third of all A-level papers are now in those subjects. A decade ago, it was under a quarter.
We must look at how home environments affect the opportunity to make a real difference to life chances. That’s where the CSJ and Christian Guy come in.
Kandel’s work is as important as the discovery of DNA, and it will revolutionise education once it becomes more widely known.
Its critics appear to be arguing that our problem is learning too much vocabulary and knowing the laws of grammar too well.
The Guardian had been getting ready to crow over a disaster that didn’t happen.
And how the Government has managed to control grade inflation across all of the United Kingdom.