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Education News

Boy with autism left with no school to go to for 12 months
'It's outrageous that any family should have to spend time and energy having to go this far'
Wed, 06 March 2019
Knife victim's mother: My advice for parents
Yvonne Lawson's son, Godwin, was stabbed and killed in 2010.
Wed, 06 March 2019
University teaching grades invalid, statistics body says
The Royal Statistical Society raises doubts over the reliability of university teaching grades.
Wed, 06 March 2019
Cambridge offers places only for deprived
The university is to offer extra places in the summer but only disadvantaged youngsters can apply.
Wed, 06 March 2019
A-level courses 'cut in sixth-form funding squeeze'
Funding pressures are leading to cuts in some A-level subjects, the Sixth Form Colleges Association says.
Wed, 06 March 2019
How does a museum remember a defeat?
The French are planning a new commemoration to the battle of Agincourt. How should a museum depict a famous defeat?
Wed, 06 March 2019
Cancer crowdfunding 'couldn't save my daughter'
Gemma Nuttall's family raised thousands, supported by actress Kate Winslet. But there was no happy ending.
Wed, 06 March 2019
Poorer students who miss out on University of Cambridge place given second chance
Institution estimates up to 100 places may be offered under the scheme
Wed, 06 March 2019
Creative arts degrees cost taxpayers 30% more than engineering degrees, report says
More than £1bn of government money is spent on creative arts courses alone
Wed, 06 March 2019
Who Wants To Be A Millionaire teacher becomes 'school sensation'
John Robinson won £500,000 but narrowly missed out on the £1m Who Wants To Be A Millionaire jackpot.
Tue, 05 March 2019
National Offer Day: Parents to protest after hundreds of children left without any secondary school places
'I was distraught. There were tears and there was anger'
Tue, 05 March 2019
Parkfield Community School LGBT protests: School denies 'U-turn'
Parkfield Community School says its lessons about LGBT rights are still integral to its ethos.
Tue, 05 March 2019
Extra inset day plan for Welsh schools
The extra training day means parents face finding child care for six days every school year.
Tue, 05 March 2019
'Sport buddies' aim to help students' mental health
The scheme aims to boost mental health by pairing people with volunteers at free sports sessions.
Tue, 05 March 2019
Domestic abuse victims school priority call
Children moved because of domestic violence should be able to change school more easily, a charity says.
Tue, 05 March 2019
Children give out fake parking tickets to polluting parents
Pupils in Greater Manchester give tickets to anyone on yellow lines, or with their engines on, to tackle air pollution.
Tue, 05 March 2019
Hertfordshire secondary school places: Nearly 200 left without
Hertfordshire County Council have not allocated 189 children a secondary school pace for September.
Mon, 04 March 2019
Young people warned over buying drugs via apps
A study says drug users have a "false security" of escaping law enforcement by using apps.
Mon, 04 March 2019
Scafell Pike: How to use a compass
Scafell Pike is a big draw for walkers but too often they are not properly prepared, rescuers say.
Mon, 04 March 2019
'School experience is not just learning'
These classroom representatives talk about some of the obstacles pupils from poorer backgrounds can face.
Mon, 04 March 2019
Sight loss: 'I had to teach my daughter to move'
Babies learn so much about the world around them by watching others, but what if they can't see us?
Sun, 03 March 2019
Secondary school places - not got what you wanted?
If the school on offer is unsuitable for some reason, there are a number of things you can do.
Fri, 01 March 2019
The young woman apprentice who loves concrete
Building apprenticeships are highly male-dominated, but some young women are bucking the system.
Fri, 01 March 2019
The hairdressers spotting signs of abuse
Hairdressers and beauticians are being trained on the signs of domestic abuse, after one fatal case.
Thu, 28 February 2019
Boy with autism left with no school to go to for 12 months
'It's outrageous that any family should have to spend time and energy having to go this far'
Wed, 06 March 2019
Knife victim's mother: My advice for parents
Yvonne Lawson's son, Godwin, was stabbed and killed in 2010.
Wed, 06 March 2019
University teaching grades invalid, statistics body says
The Royal Statistical Society raises doubts over the reliability of university teaching grades.
Wed, 06 March 2019
Cambridge offers places only for deprived
The university is to offer extra places in the summer but only disadvantaged youngsters can apply.
Wed, 06 March 2019
A-level courses 'cut in sixth-form funding squeeze'
Funding pressures are leading to cuts in some A-level subjects, the Sixth Form Colleges Association says.
Wed, 06 March 2019
How does a museum remember a defeat?
The French are planning a new commemoration to the battle of Agincourt. How should a museum depict a famous defeat?
Wed, 06 March 2019
Cancer crowdfunding 'couldn't save my daughter'
Gemma Nuttall's family raised thousands, supported by actress Kate Winslet. But there was no happy ending.
Wed, 06 March 2019
Poorer students who miss out on University of Cambridge place given second chance
Institution estimates up to 100 places may be offered under the scheme
Wed, 06 March 2019
Creative arts degrees cost taxpayers 30% more than engineering degrees, report says
More than £1bn of government money is spent on creative arts courses alone
Wed, 06 March 2019
Who Wants To Be A Millionaire teacher becomes 'school sensation'
John Robinson won £500,000 but narrowly missed out on the £1m Who Wants To Be A Millionaire jackpot.
Tue, 05 March 2019

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