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History: Founded in 1960 as Filton Technical College. In February 2012, the college merged with Stroud College and was renamed South Gloucestershire and Stroud College.

Chalk Talk: What a carry on over a new state boarding school

Controversy over the proposal to open a state boarding school for inner-city teenagers in the heart of the West Sussex countryside appears to have reached fever pitch.So much so that elements of the controversy have a distinct feeling of Carry On films about them.

Stephen Dodgson was a familiar voice on the Third Programme and Radio 3

Stephen Dodgson: Composer hailed for his guitar works

Stephen Dodgson composed music in most forms, though his more than 40 scores including guitar ensured him a specialist following among guitarists. His First Guitar Concerto, written in 1956 for Julian Bream and played by a teenage John Williams, was set for popularity, but tended to be eclipsed by Malcolm Arnold's Concerto, which Bream introduced soon afterwards.

Teachers are calling for specialist training on how to deliver lessons about the dangers of pornography

Poor sex education leaves pupils prey to exploitation say school inspectors

Lessons in secondary schools concentrate too often on 'mechanics' of reproduction instead of importance of healthy relationships

Arbus, left, with Alan Alda as Hawkeye and Mike Farrell as BJ Hunnicutt in an episode of 'M*A*S*H'

Allan Arbus: Photographer who went on to become an actor best known on television in 'M*A*S*H'

Sometimes a character can take a disproportionately large place in people's memories of a film or television series, an effect that is, in large part due to the actor. So it was with Major Freedman, the M*A*S*H psychiatrist played by Allan Arbus. Though he only appeared in 12 episodes it became a signature role, in part because of how deeply he empathised with the character, possibly through witnessing the mental difficulties faced by his wife, the photographer Diane Arbus.

Average academy heads’ salaries in both primary and secondary schools are higher than in local authority schools

Rising numbers of state school headteachers paid £100,000 salaries

Gulf in pay sparks anger among teachers' leaders

Michael Gove has been formally asked to explain his department’s exceptionally poor performance in stonewalling questions from MPs

Michael Gove under fire for Department of Education's stonewalling of Parliament in response to MPs' questions

Education Secretary and his department face possible legal action to force better accountability

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Baroness Sue Campbell: 'We have wasted the Olympic legacy'

The departing chair of UK Sport, whose strategies helped win 2012 glory, tells Emily Dugan that administrators need to stand up to the politicians

Julianne Moore stars in The English Teacher

The English Teacher: Julianne Moore is a quirky woman forced out of a straight-laced life

The Craig Zisk-directed movie is informed by his strong female TV characters Nurse Jackie, Weeds and The Big C

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'Sick and depraved' primary school teacher jailed over indecent images he filmed and shared

'The level of betrayal, falseness and dishonesty he has displayed over a number of years is rarely seen'

Richard Dart, 30, who was jailed for six years at the Old Bailey for terrorist offences

White Muslim convert defies judge as he is jailed for terror offences

When ordered to stand, he refused saying 'I don't wish to stand up because I believe ruling and judgement is only for Allah'

My Brother the Islamist: Richard Dart's extremist beliefs laid bare in TV documentary

Richard Dart's extremist beliefs were laid bare in a television documentary made by his step-brother.

Unison says most of its local government members are women

Good news for council workers: they're getting first pay rise in three years. Bad news: it's 1%

More than one million council workers have been offered their first pay rise in three years, with a proposed increase of 1 per cent.

The report urges a range of get-tough measures

Schools tricking Ofsted inspectors by sending problem pupils home

Illegal practices uncovered during investigation - which includes a survey of 1,000 teachers

Nurseries - The View from France: Path to excellence starts with a kiss from every child

The French, as we all know, are universally law-abiding, thoughtful and polite. Elizabeth Truss, the childcare minister, must have a point: it begins with the discipline instilled in nursery schools.

Sketch: Anchors needed in this maelstrom of quotations

Could this have been an act of sabotage by the outraged burghers of bucolic Stedham, deep in the Sussex countryside?

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