A Nottingham city councillor suggests a shake-up of the "punitive culture" at schools in the city.
Charity ambassador Mark Lemon encourages young people to write a letter to their younger self.
Leading academics see Paulo Freire as a symbol of "tolerance and dialogue" amid tensions on campuses.
Abigail Chase has helped many pupils in her career, including BBC Wales journalist Tyler Edwards.
The app connects people, with similar interests, using an algorithm.
Mark Drakeford says radical change is needed as the academic year dates back to the 19th Century.
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Threat believed to have been a ‘hoax’
‘Anti-vaxx protesters should not be going anywhere near a school, or a pupil, or a parent or a teacher,’ Nadhim Zahawi says
‘It isn’t Ofsted inspections that will help children to catch up with lost learning caused by the pandemic’
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Anger as ‘chaotic’ G4S-run jail to remain open and plans for alternative facility postponed until 2023
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Robert O’Brien, Andrew Kelly and Donna Brand are accused of killing Caroline Glachan 25 years agoThree people have appeared in court in Scotland charged with the murder of
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The 25cm-tall robots that sing, dance and do kung-fu used as teaching aids in 300 childcare centres across SeoulSeoul has started trialling pint-sized robots as teaching ai
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Local authority inspection data and children's homes inspection data covering the period up until 31 August 2021
Annual Ofsted report letters on the inspection work by the Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI).
Schools’ most recent inspections and outcomes as at 31 August 2021 and revised data for the period 1 September 2020 to 31 March 2021.
This consultation seeks views on how Ofsted should fulfil its role as the quality assurance body for the Department for Education (DfE)’s Online Education Accreditation Sch
Provisional data for the period 1 September 2020 to 31 August 2021.
How a prospective or registered childcare provider can appeal if Ofsted plans to take steps that will affect their registration.