Brittany Wright doesn’t know who is responsible for education in the different parts of the United Kingdom. And it gets no better from there…
Posts Tagged: Schools
Andrew RT Davies: It’s time for change in Wales – and a government that doesn’t just focus on Cardiff
Labour’s been in charge here since 1999. That’s 16 years of the same old faces and the same tired mantra.
Ralph Buckle: The Government is wrong. We need more students from the Commonwealth to stay and work in Britain.
Non-EU students currently contribute around £7 billion a year to the UK economy. We cannot afford to let this valulable source of income slip away to our competitors.
The BBC’s latest experiment, bringing Chinese teachers into the classroom, reveals the true source of bad behaviour.
Every year, about a thousand children in care move school at least once a term. That instability makes a difficult situation far worse.
The Pupil Premium isn’t working – instead, let’s reward schools that demonstrate excellence and improve social mobility.
Why the new National Curriculum is a good thing.
Opportunities to take part in social action should be provided in schools to embed the experience of serving your community into education.
The collective aims of education are being subordinated to raw, untrammelled individualism.
A collective unwilligness to exclude violent pupils permanently is bad for them, their fellow students, their students – and teachers, whose safety is at risk.
Lord Nash is wrong to endorse a policy which undermines parental authority to expand state power, and should look to Scotland to see why.
He was a great champion in the battle between education and progressivism.
The support on offer must be value for money for the taxpayer – not to mention valuable for the parents and children who will actually use it.
The Prime Minister on his homes, education & work speech today – and more opportunities.
Nicky Morgan MP: More academies. Greater freedom. Higher standards. More opportunity. What our Education Bill will deliver.
Its Second Reading takes place in the Commons today.