Teaching unions said the spending was indicative of a 'serious teacher recruitment and retention crisis'
The study found 83 per cent of primary schools in areas in breach of EU pollution limits were classed as 'deprived'
'In some ways I don’t feel like a teacher at all anymore. I prepare children for tests. They’ve not enjoyed it, I’ve not enjoyed it, but we’ve done it'
I don’t feel like a teacher at all any more. My pupils can do test questions, but they just haven’t had time to do anything else
The Department for Education has denied the move was politically motivated
As a parent and a former primary school teacher, I've been dismayed to see my daughter lose her enthusiasm for learning
Thousands of pupils will finish the current academic year in different school accommodation
Natasha Devon has called for a cultural shift in how schools treat child mental health, warning 'being a young person today is harder than its ever been'
9,000 pupils unable to return to classes over serious structural issues with school buildings
Committee on Social Mobility condemns the current ‘complex and incoherent’ system for school leavers looking to find their first jobs saying it is confusing for both young people and employers
White British children are among the highest-achieving ethnic groups early in their education, but fall oof by the time they sit their GCSEs
The horror of being branded a “slut” or, conversely, “frigid” is a near-constant concern for schoolgirls today. A fear of being labelled uncool, fat, ugly or gay is just as acute. Now there is another term to add to this lexicon of smears to inspire dread and shame in girls across the nation: clever.
The school's director said it was a 'tactless act'
It must be for nothing else or the law of diminishing returns will take over
Gauging abilities and ranking schools is all about accountability, not education, union will say
From Texas, Media Editor Ian Burrell reports on moves to attract more girls to technology