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Increasing numbers of primary school children permanently excluded over disruptive behaviour - Home News - UK - The Independent

'Heartbreaking' number of children go hungry in school holidays, teachers say http://www.itv.com/news/2017-04-17/heart-breaking-number-of-children-go-hungry-in-school-holidays-teachers-say/?utm_campaign=crowdfire&utm_content=crowdfire&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest

'Heartbreaking' number of children go hungry in school holidays, teachers say

'Heartbreaking' number of children go hungry in school holidays, teachers say http://www.itv.com/news/2017-04-17/heart-breaking-number-of-children-go-hungry-in-school-holidays-teachers-say/?utm_campaign=crowdfire&utm_content=crowdfire&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest

70 per cent of free schools not filled two years after opening, Labour claims - Schools - Education - The Independent

70 per cent of free schools not filled two years after opening, Labour claims - Schools - Education - The Independent

Why we need to love teachers. #teachers #education

Why We Need To Love Teachers

'Ideology' undermining standards in education, warn researchers

The Tories won't let parents have a say in their children's education | Left Foot Forward

The Tories won’t let parents have a say in their children’s education

Tories will send in the superheads to improve classrooms in a 'war on mediocrity'

Superheads will be sent to turn around failing and “coasting” schools under powers to be introduced in the Queen’s Speech on 27 May, the Education Secretary Nicky Morgan will announce.

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The multi-million pound investment in 'education pods' which ended in failure

Nia Hughes, who is fighting for a living wage at the Brixton Ritzy cinema in London.  Low paid britain

Low-paid Britain: 'People have had enough. It's soul destroying'

Nia Hughes, who is fighting for a living wage at the Brixton Ritzy cinema in London. Low paid britain

At school, let children shine in their own way The implications of this all-consuming worship of qualifications mean both the brightest and those less able end up potentially missing out

At school, let children shine in their own way

The implications of this all-consuming worship of qualifications mean both the brightest and those less able end up potentially missing out

Academies turn away children with special needs to 'cherry-pick' pupils, charity warns

Academies are 'turning away children with special needs'

Academies turn away children with special needs to 'cherry-pick' pupils, charity warns

Nearly half of children 'leave school without basic movement skills', study says - Telegraph

Nearly half of children 'leave school without basic movement skills', study says

Nearly half of children 'leave school without basic movement skills', study says - Telegraph

News     Education     Literacy  Children must learn to love reading, not just learn to read

Children must learn to love reading, not just learn to read

News Education Literacy Children must learn to love reading, not just learn to read

Council's 'crazy' decision is an 'abdication of responsibility'

Council's 'crazy decision' is an 'abdication of responsibility'

'Everyone from Tim Peake to Geoff Barton agrees that our current curriculum is too narrow – we need to do more to prepare pupils for life post-school'

'At long-last, the narrow knowledge-based curriculum is being rejected across the education sector'

'Everyone from Tim Peake to Geoff Barton agrees that our current curriculum is too narrow – we need to do more to prepare pupils for life post-school'

NUT calls for primary school children to play in the classroom up to the age of 7

NUT calls for primary school children to play in the classroom up to the age of 7

"Two in five teachers leave the profession within five years of starting" Shocking statistic illustrates ongoing teacher dissatisfaction

Schools forced to end single-supplier contracts in bid to cut cost of uniform Brirtish families could save £52m with end to overpriced clothes, Lib Dem education minister tells party conference.

Schools forced to end single-supplier contracts in bid to cut cost of uniform

Brirtish families could save with end to overpriced clothes, Lib Dem education minister tells party conference, writes Daniel Boffey in Glasgow

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