'I am not disappointed by this letter, it has saved me planning one of my spelling, grammar and punctuation lessons'
Ms Morgan conceded there was a 'strength of feeling' in the hall
Education minister admits 'grave malfunctions and errors' were made in the handling of the case by the French authorities
Mr Gibb sought to defend the plans under which every school will become an academy by 2022
Union leader Christine Blower says Education Secretary isn't succeeding to mend rift since succeeding Michael Gove
'You can protest with a frown on your face or you can protest with a smile on your face'
'The government gives teachers no incentive to remain within the job'
Gauging abilities and ranking schools is all about accountability, not education, union will say
'Just being sorry' is not enough, the teacher has said
Alarm at number of graduates who abandon the profession prompts range of proposed incentives
Nearly seven out of ten science teachers have thought about leaving the profession in the last six months
School's superintendent unsure if pupil will face disciplinary measures
Attracting people teaching requires demonstrating it is a profession marked by creativity, problem solving and passion
Headteachers fear difficulties in finding new staff are exacerbated by Government’s shifting emphasis on GCSE requirements
On the fifth day, teachers in the Researchers in Schools programme work with targeted pupils or improve their skills
Figures indicate the scheme is an 'embarrassing failure' for the Government