As the first exams since 2019 begin, four students reflect on learning in the time of coronavirus.
A judge rules the University of Bristol failed to make adjustments for her social anxiety disorder.
The family of Natasha Abrahart is taking civil action against the University of Bristol.
Juntendo University in Tokyo set stricter requirements for female medical students in entrance exams.
The Children in Freedom School in Kenya is teaching its students to love their identity as Africans.
It covers topics like same-sex attraction, puberty and conception but not contraception.
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RMT general secretary Mick Lynch warned that ‘a national rail strike will bring the country to a standstill’
Witness in defence case says weapon was like one in films
Families can ‘save on food bills’ with cheap 2 for 1 offers, says PM
Recruiters should their use professional judgement about information found online about shortlisted candidates, ministers suggested.
Mother, Shantal Bailey, says she had previously alerted teachers at Abertillery Learning Community to the ‘racist’ bullying of her son.
Nadhim Zahawi said money from the spending review could be used to alleviate the problem.
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A review of research into factors that influence the quality of computing education in schools in England.
Ofsted has published the latest in a series of reviews into different subjects across the curriculum. Today’s review looks at computing.
Management information of inspections that took place from 2014, published in the interest of transparency.
A report on the responses to the review and our proposals.
Information for lead providers about what happens when Ofsted carries out early career framework (ECF) and national professional qualification (NPQ) inspections.
Ofsted’s Chief Inspector responded to the recent schools white paper and discussed Ofsted’s 2022–2027 strategy.