The parents believe the lack of attention given to non-religious world views in the syllabus is in effect discriminatory
The Riverside Campus in Barking and Dagenham features a primary, a secondary and a school for special needs pupils
And yet for some reason a primary school in London has ruled that all children must go through corridors with their hands clasped behind their backs
But more must be done to restore prestige to the profession as a whole
Survey suggests that many science specialists feel overwhelmed by running practical lessons
Phrases such as "man-up" and "sissie" will no longer be acceptable in schools, according to a new guide offered to schools
Edwina Dunn, chair of the Your Life education initiative says action is needed to prevent an 'education emergency'
Association of School and College Leaders says the tables should 'come with a health warning' because they may give parents an 'inaccurate and incomplete picture'
Expert warns the country 'runs the very real risk of storing up long-term problems for the economy' as a result
The regular social humiliation I experienced on the sports field crushed my confidence
Independent Association of Prep Schools chief says move would make children 'achieve more'
Nyesha Terry said her 'heart broke' when she found her son on two occasions
Girls with hemlines above their knees were reportedly placed in exclusion or picked up by parents
Officials face questions over how gang lured classmate and killed him with machete
French Sole is celebrating 25 years with its first non-London store – it’s time to slip in to spring, says Rebecca Gonsalves
Free your arms and give sleeves the chop with this season’s new take on outerwear, says Emma Akbareian