Girls have outperformed boys in GCSE grades A*-C every year since the examination system was brought in more than 25 years ago
Less than a third of students said they felt suitably informed of how their A-Level options would impact their university or degree choice, a survey found
Simon Cowell, Steve Jobs and even the former Education Secretary managed to make it to the top despite not making the grades
Scott Craddock says Abbotsholme independent boarding school does not offer 'value for money in any way, shape or form'
One in five GCSE and A-level specifications are still awaiting sign-off from exams regulators, furthering teachers' concerns that time is running out for preparations
Only half feel 'suitably informed' about how A-levels can affect the choice of university or course
'The Islamic tradition has an established history of discussion, debate and reasoning. There are many concessions for hardship in observing religious commandments,' says Islamic scholar
Campaign calls on the Government to ensure women and ethnic minorities are fairly represented on the UK's curriculum
CentreForum argues that more must be done to narrow the 'disadvantage gap'
The Muslim fasting season has been gradually moving into the summer exams season in England in recent years
Ofqual figures reveal 506,750 challenges about GCSE and A-level results this summer, up 22 per cent on last year
'I used to work in inner London - in sight of Canary Wharf and the children could see aspiration out of the window'