The directors of the company behind a proposal to set up a state boarding school in the heart of the Sussex countryside have been warned they could face prosecution for failing to file their annual accounts.
This cross-cultural story about the pains of growing up amuses but does not convince
Durand Academy says it still intends to submit proposals for a sixth-form block at a later stage
The Education Secretary Michael Gove’s department has been censured by public spending watchdogs over a plan to set up a state boarding school for inner-city children in the heart of the Sussex countryside.
Children should be allowed to suffer bumps or bruises during their school days to help them build character, a leading headteacher will say today.
Russian security services feared to be behind charges
The call was unexpected, from someone I'd never heard of: "My name's Peter Carson. I gather you've been to Yelabuga."
Our writer, an Oxford graduate, slams his elitist alma mater
Many charities struggle for volunteers for 11 months but are overwhelmed by offers at this time of year. The season of goodwill shouldn't end on the first of January, says Luke Blackall
The rapper has revealed she plans to "address the nation" in several new songs as the invented character, who she introduced to fans on 'Roman's Revenge', the opening track of her debut album 'Pink Friday' which was co-written by Eminem.
Diana Lamplugh suffered any parent's worst nightmare: her beautiful, beloved and sparky daughter Suzy, a trainee estate agent, arranged to meet a client, a "Mr Kipper", at a house in Fulham, west London, on a July afternoon in 1986. She went off to the appointment and disappeared. What happened to Suzy is still not known 25 years later.
Jubilate (pronounced yoo-be-la-ta) is, according to Chambers' Dictionary, the Latin exhortation to rejoice or exult: the opening word of the 100th Psalm (in the Vulgate). According to Michael Arditti: "It just sounded like a good title for a pilgrimage". For a novelist born with Jewish origins and educated at a Methodist boarding school, there appears to be no compelling reason why Arditti should have chosen a Catholic crise de conscience as the subject of this holy visit to Lourdes. Or why he should have used a female narrative voice for the pilgrim, alternating with a (male) TV film director who is shooting a worthy God-slot from a strictly agnostic angle.
Students need to work across disciplines – and that is what’s happening in High Wycombe
Fr Murphy was the only adult his pupils could communicate with – and he betrayed them. Andy McSmith reports
An unsentimental education
Withering plights of three sisters