Reflections on a school end of term “Celebration Assembly”.
Posts Tagged: Schools
Yes, academic selection should happen if there’s local demand for it. And no, it doesn’t have to mean a return to the 11 plus.
Of the grammar, academy and comprehensive ideals, only the first two are now left standing.
They are the logical next step in the increased variety of secondary schooling which is now on offer because of Michael Gove’s reforms.
Charlotte Leslie MP: A real chance to create the single biggest development in education for at least a century
We could be seeing the start of a Royal College of Teaching.
Why force state school teachers to collaborate with their private peers when many don’t have enough time to collaborate with other teachers within their own school?
Osborne simply has no political room to do anything very much. The big decisions will come after the election – whoever is in office.
His proposals in his own words.
Immigration 2) Douglas Hansen-Luke: Deportation figures, health payments, housing refusals. Let’s list our immigration results.
There are two immediate, costless and politically smart things we should be doing right now.
Cameron says that too many politicians have offered “easy answers”. True. So where are the hard ones?
As next May draws nearer, no political party is yet facing up to the scale of challenge of deficit reduction.
The fundamental difference between us is that Labour seek to help people in poverty; the Conservatives seek to help people out of poverty.
Harriet Maltby: Sunshine is winning the day. Here’s evidence that Britain’s getting better – not worse
More freedom. Strong families. New jobs. More giving. This year’s Prosperity Index from the Legatum Institute is a rebuke to the doomsters and gloomsters.
John Bald: Tory Reform at Education – Michael Gove is the most important Secretary of State since Butler
From my perspective, his most significant changes are the reshaping of the school curriculum and examinations.
Their pledge of “a grammar school in every town” makes great headlines, but does it add up?
By sticking to our guns we have now the fastest growing economy in the G7 under this Conservative-led Government.