Warnings come as fears grow over the impact of sexting and online pornography in young people
Most of the children were wearing school uniform
Exclusive investigation reveals serious concerns about how children taught at Accelerated Christian Education in the 1980s, 1990s and 2000s were treated, as ex-pupils claim exorcisms were performed on children, pupils were beaten in religious ceremonies and girls were ‘groomed’ for marriage to older men
Plans appear to suggest there a growing community of young 'bachelors and bachelorettes'
The big question: The Prime Minister wants state schools which select students on the basis of ability to be reintroduced
Head teachers have to lay down the law and show that they mean it, and insisting on correct school uniform is the most obvious way to show authority. School is not a form of extended childcare arrangement or a group exercise in sitting around
Headteacher admits a 'small number' of parents not very happy
'This is a retrograde step that doesn’t make any sense'
History: Founded in the summer of 2011 by the philosopher A C Grayling with the participation and advice of some of the world’s top academics, New College of the Humanities (NCH) is an award-winning, university-level college offering liberal arts-inspired, undergraduate degree programmes, as well as an expanding portfolio of postgraduate degrees.
This year, some 94,000 more girls than boys applied to British universities, but would that change if school started in the afternoon?
Racist abuse incidents recorded in schools rises by 20 per cent despite fall in number of exclusions overall
A new report published by The Prince's Trust warns 'lack of inherited opportunities' allows the most disadvantaged young to fall even further behind in terms of work and education.
Education Secretary is first in history to have gone to a comprehensive school
A teacher has been sacked after a box students were hiding in burst into flames
New research has found "no evidence" that academy status leads to better grades for pupils at schools rated good or satisfactory.
Humanists argue the Church's plan to open more than 100 schools is 'counterproductive' and 'out of step with the beliefs of the population'