News The reports suggests primary school teachers should be coached to give their pupils basic knowledge of how the employment world works

Children should be given lessons in careers whilst at primary school as part of an attempt to promote “employability” in schools, says a report out today.

US TV station apologises for broadcasting racially offensive names of San Francisco plane crash pilots

Presenters read out fake names of pilots aboard Asiana Airlines flight 214

Prime Minister praises 'rigorous, engaging and tough' national curriculum, following Michael Gove's education overhaul

But teachers are warning that the government could be creating chaos in classrooms next year

Michael Gove brings back 12 times tables in new curriculum

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Rebecca Thompson was found dead at a home in Bushey

Rebecca Thompson: Father charged with murder of 11-year-old daughter

Simon Thompson accused of strangling 11-year-old to death at family’s home

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Unite! Politics just got more difficult for the Opposition

The Tories, baying  at every mention  like a pantomime audience, lapped it up

England in comfort zone in Essex Ashes warm-up mismatch

England's Ashes warm-up match lost its first-class status halfway through the third afternoon at Chelmsford to allow Boyd Rankin and Reece Topley to bolster Essex's injury-depleted attack.

British paedophiles are paying to watch the live streaming of child sex abuse after conducting overseas “fact-finding” trips to identify the vulnerable, protection experts said on Monday

Number of UK paedophiles ‘live-streaming’ child abuse films soars, warns CEOP

Child protection experts record two-fold increase in indecent images and videos shared online

Jeremy Forrest was jailed for five and a half years earlier this month

'If anything it was me who groomed him,' says girl abducted by disgraced teacher Jeremy Forrest

Forrest is currently serving five-and-a-half years for child abduction and five charges of sexual activity with a child

Do the maths: Critics say the Department for Education has failed to respond to rising birth rates

Revealed: The real shortage of school places

Rise in birth rate in the UK has put primary schools under pressure to meet demand

Five-year-old boy in hospital after being attacked in school playground by dog brought in as end of term treat

The attack took place in the playground at Carniny Primary in Ballymena at around 9am on Friday

Deputy head Nomsa Prescod-Babb beside one of Gascoigne’s temporary classrooms

Children lose out after primary schools fail to keep up with soaring demand for pupil places

Education Department blamed as libraries and play areas are turned into makeshift classrooms

Jeremy Forrest was jailed for five and a half years yesterday

Woman arrested on suspicion of helping school teacher Jeremy Forrest coach his victim for trial

Jeremy Forrest has been sentenced to five-and-a-half years in prison for abducting his pupil to France

One in 25 Buglarians and one in 100 Romanians are actively looking for jobs in Britain next year when they will gain the right to live and work in this country

Young people in the UK spend more time unemployment than their counterparts in Europe, says OECD

Young people in the UK spend more time out of work or on the dole than their counterparts in other western countries, according to an influential report out today.

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