Under the 2010 Equality Act, it is unlawful for a school to treat pupils less favourably because of gender reassignment
Pupils at Findern Primary School are among the latest to reap benefits from following the Scandinavian practice of leaving shoes at the door
Teaching bodies criticise labour market review as authors conclude teacher shortages are 'not an occupation-wide problem'
Three quarters of head teachers surveyed reported that their school budgets were 'unsustainable'
Even if you think more religious schools is a good idea, there is no good reason to support dropping the cap. All the evidence points to such a move being actively harmful and increasing religious, ethnic and social segregation
Alternative curriculum appears to have tacit support of city education officials
Some 15 per cent of headteachers surveyed said they had been a direct victim of cyberbullying in the past year
Ms Bold blamed the secondary school her daughter had been working at for putting on too much pressure, and said they should have done more to help
Socioeconomic status is not believed to be a factor on the poor reading habits of boys
Art historians fight back against claims the subject is 'soft', arguing its loss could have a detrimental effect on the industry
‘There is no excuse for this desperate situation’ says union
'Remember that every individual cannot be the master of all areas,' reads letter from principal
Staff on Prince Edward Island are taking children to safe locations where they will be met by buses
Huge fight in Manchester city centre street follows similar brawl between ‘100 school children’ in south east London on Monday
Case at school near Basel sparks fierce debate across Switzerland
Figures from the NUT showing one in 10 teachers are deserting the profession