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“The new curriculum has no rationale and no precedent,” claims international primary maths expert
High society mag explains that private education is becoming too expensive even for its red-trousered readership
Introducing the first officially accredited Russian-speaking bilingual nursery in Britain
Numbers learning the language are set to swell in the new year
Officials also revealed that he had legally purchased his shotgun earlier this month
Police have asked anyone with information to come forward
Funding withdrawn for Discovery New School in Crawley after it failed to show evidence it could improve
More than 700 primary schools have failed to reach minimum government standards in the three Rs
A man in Leeds has been charged with the attempted murder of two police officers.
PM announces language plan for UK schools on last day of China trip
In the postwar years of austerity there were few more attractive sights in English cricket than the Nottinghamshire batsman Reg Simpson. With a quick eye and the natural gift of timing he developed a back-foot technique that seemed to give him more time than anyone else against the fast bowlers. If they bowled bouncers he swayed effortlessly out of the way. If they pitched it up he drove them elegantly. Always he played with a positive spirit, prepared to embrace risk in pursuit of victory.
The practice of accepting siblings of children already attending schools is restricting choice for the eldest child and has angered parents' groups
Adam Lanza, the young man who gunned down twenty children and six staff members in a shooting spree at Sandy Hook Elementary School in the US last year, had an “obsession with mass murders, in particular the April 1999 shootings at Columbine high school in Colorado,” according to a report on the investigation into the bloody attack.
School dubbed 'the Eton of the state sector' has the enthusiastic support of the Education Secretary
School Sports Partnerships were cost-effective – until scrapped by Gove
What it was like to be six years old on that day in November 1963