Could it be the Department for Education is using schools minister Nick Gibb as an Aunt Sally?
The last accounts* of defunct Interserve Academies Trust (IAT), backed by troubled firm Interserve Plc, had related party...Read More
The Bishop Anthony Educational Trust (BEAT) has ‘not been successful enough’ in improving schools with significant weaknesses,...Read More
E-Act, a long-established academy trust with a chequered history, took over Burnham Upper School in April 2012 and renamed it E-...Read More
Payments made by Collective Spirit Free School (CSFS), Oldham, and Manchester Creative Studio (MCS) to a related party,...Read More
Education secretary Damian Hinds has hit back against Jeremy Corbyn’s proposal to replace primary school tests with an...Read more
Expecting children as young as four to take tests when they join reception classes is challenged by both parents and teachers. ...Read more
The following are my personal views arising from Greta’s words.
On climate change
Like Greta, I am with David Attenborough and the...Read more
Seven academy trusts owed more than £1m each by the end of March 2018, the Department for Education has revealed*. Here are...Read more
‘The parents screamed and swore at me,’ says a Sunday Times headline for an article explaining why the ‘visionary head’ of...Read more
What a difference a couple of months makes. On 28 February the Commons debated net zero carbon emissions. Few MPs attended. ...Read more