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Could this have been an act of sabotage by the outraged burghers of bucolic Stedham, deep in the Sussex countryside? As Michael Gove was yesterday describing the plans of a south London academy to send 600 inner city pupils as weekly boarders to the
Tory MP urges 20-year ban for migrants who abuse visas Mark Pritchard said there had been unprecedented abuse of visas in recent years Migrants who abuse their visa status should be barred from entering the UK again for 20 years, a MP has said.
Tech Bacc' aims to boost status of vocational courses BBC News education correspondent The Tech Bacc will promote employment skills Plans to raise the status of vocational courses in sixth forms and colleges in England are to be unveiled later.
21 April 2013 Hymns have been dropped from assemblies at a Church of England school which has also introduced separate prayer rooms for girls and boys to cater to its mostly Muslim students. Daily assemblies at Slough and Eton Church of England
Nurseries and childminders to face tougher inspections BBC News education reporter Nurseries and childminders in England will face tougher inspections under proposals expected to be announced by Ofsted later. Under the plans, childcare providers
Plans for special week of lessons on Shakespeare Children in primary schools in Britain are to learn about Shakespeare through drama, cookery and sport lessons. The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust is planning a Shakespeare Week, saying it wants every
Keep climate change lessons in curriculum, urge petitions Two petitions are handed in to the Department for Education urging the government to keep climate change lessons in the curriculum More than 65,000 people have signed petitions urging the
Suggested Topics More than 2,000 teachers have put their names to a petition condemning Michael Gove's proposed national curriculum reforms. The unprecedented grass-roots revolt by teachers comes after 100 leading academics signed a letter to The
Topics It is perhaps no surprise to find Education Secretary Michael Gove and hundreds of teachers at loggerheads over his proposed national curriculum reforms. Mr Gove made it plain at the outset that he planned a vigorous concentration on the
Curriculum changes 'rushed' and could create chaos' Head teachers say the scope of the changes are vast Controversial plans to change what has to be taught in England's schools are being rushed in and could "create chaos", head teachers say. The