The UK’s first state-funded e-school, the ‘Wey Ecademy’, aims to offer disruption free virtual education to hundreds of students.
The revised RS GCSE will include two different religions and aims to provide students with a broader understanding and tolerance of different faiths.
Discussing the wide spread concerns over growing numbers of pupils, the impact of increased class size, and potential solutions.
In light of the worrying decline in new recruits, engineering firms should emphasise the creative side of the profession to boost appeal to students.
The mixed responses to the planned restructuring of A Levels from modular to terminal exams, specifically the impact on further mathematics uptake.
A report by the Children’s Commission finds that the hidden costs of state schools are causing hardship and stigmatisation for millions of students.
In light of widespread concerns over the growing workload of teachers, Ofsted has released inspection guidance for schools in order to dispel myths.
A new study argues that praising students for mediocre work does not lead to higher levels of motivation or success. The focus of student praise is more important.
The new maths curriculum heralds a return to more traditional learning methods, a potential benefit to parents wanting to assist with homework.
A summary of the arguments for and against the effectiveness of homework, following the recent government announcement to scrap former guidelines.