Presentation on theme: "English teachers accused by Ofsted of giving up on white working-class boys who fall behind, as one-third of lessons judged not good enough."— Presentation transcript:
English teachers accused by Ofsted of giving up on white working-class boys who fall behind, as one-third of lessons judged not good enough
Illness accounts for 60% of absences but schools minister admits figures are a 'concern'
Science journal fails to spot hoax despite heavy hints from authors
I can understand fully why a lot of registered childminders are expressing alarm over the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) targets – and the extra paperwork involved. I agree it makes things a little more difficult for us. But I still think the scheme is a positive thing and worth the effort.
School leavers and graduates may become a 'lost generation' as businesses cut recruitment schemes in an attempt to economise
Oxford University holds on to its position as the UK's leading teaching institution in the Guardian's university league tables
Universities and colleges must have the freedom to deliver what students want, says new secretary of state
Our school in Devon, says one student, is rife with wildlife. "The school also has a pigcam. Alice, a large, black pig, is pregnant and she'll be delivering in the next three weeks. Yes, there'll be a live birth on the internet," Roberts says breezily.
As the academic year draws to a close, Oxford students take to the Mighty River Thames and ‘punt’ the town red!