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Pupil could be forced to study maths and English until they are 18.

Pupils to be forced to study maths and English until 18 in 'British baccalaureate' in A-level shake-up

10 months ago

The Department for Education has published the full list of schools with dangerous concrete

Full list of schools with 'crumbling concrete' mapped - as nineteen sites forced to delay start of term

10 months ago

The proportion of GCSE entries awarded top grades has fallen from last year but is higher than before the pandemic

Top GCSE grades fall but remain above pre-pandemic levels - as students in England suffer sharpest drop

11 months ago

Education Secretary discuss new Eton free schools on LBC

‘Bailed out by Eton’: Education Secretary discusses new free schools with Tom Swarbrick

11 months ago

Pupils have seen the lowest proportion of top grades since 2019

A-levels get tough: Results worst in four years as Ucas website crashes amid scramble for university places

11 months ago

Around 21,500 schools still have buildings that contain asbestos, according to National Audit Office figures

Asbestos death toll at more than 10,000 - and thousands of school buildings still contain killer material

Ages ago

The incident took place at Rye College

Mum of girl called 'despicable' by teacher for doubting classmate's 'cat' identity hits back

Ages ago

The incident took place at Rye College

Teacher brands schoolgirl 'despicable' after she refuses to accept classmate's claim that she 'identifies as a cat'

Ages ago

Nearly 100 primary schools could shut down

Nearly 100 primary schools 'at risk of closure' as birth rates fall and young families leave cities amid high living costs

Ages ago

Cabinet minister James Cleverly said a "good offer" had been made to teachers over pay and workload

Foreign Secretary says school pupils have suffered enough - teachers must return to classrooms

Ages ago