Private schools

DfE implies private is superior to state

Scholarships will be available for ‘gifted children in care...

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EU joins donors uneasy about commercialisation of education

The EU Parliament this week passed a Resolution banning...

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Brings total of warning letters issued in 2018 to over 80

The Department for Education (DfE) has today added 25 schools...

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This 1999 paper by Professor Michael Shayer is of enormous significance for the future of the English education system and the way that school...

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But website features positive article published only yesterday

‘We are extremely gratified by all the national and local...

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Head said private pupils could ‘benefit’ from state school’s facilities

Stuart Pywell, executive head of St Stephen’s...

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Six turbulent years for free school in Tyne and Wear

Grindon Hall Christian School, Tyne and Wear, has had six turbulent...

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This year marks a signifi cant anniversary in the history of education policy in this country.

Thirty years ago this summer the Great...

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The decline in inspection outcomes for non-association, non-special independent schools during the academic year 2016/17 ‘has been quite stark’,...

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An ‘unspoken selling point’ of the proposed low-cost private school, the Independent Grammar School: Durham (IGSD) ‘is the cachet of attending a...

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At last, the Department for Education (DfE) has published its response to the consultation on Schools that Work for Everyone . It’s conveniently...

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Five challenges face English schools, Robert Halfon, Conservative chair of the Education Select Committee, said yesterday.

He was speaking...

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Selective schools have long been associated with higher achievement in exams at 16. This achievement plays a major part in marketing for ‘top’...

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The opening of a ‘no-frills’ private school in Durham has been delayed, Schools Week reports. Pre-inspection of the Independent Grammar School (...

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A cross-party committee of MPs isn’t convinced the Department for International Development (DFID) acted correctly when it provided grant funding...

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'When I was a teenager, kids set fire to the Bristol comprehensive* I attended, razing it to the ground. It felt likely they were giving their...

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The last Labour manifesto said a Labour government would impose VAT on independent school fees, T he Times wrote on 16 September (behind paywall...

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You, too, can earn millions if you’re a teacher. That’s the message from Mark Steed, director of Dubai-based Jumeirah English Speaking School (...

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