‘MAT performance data should not be used to infer performance of the MAT system as a whole,’ the Department for Education says...Read More
The Department for Education is dragging its feet on publishing the long-delayed report into the defunct Lilac Sky Schools...Read More
Four years ago, the Department for Education exchanged contracts on the Bowring sports field, Greenwich. The site was intended...Read More
‘We cannot let Michael Gove’s sterling work be wasted. The former Education Secretary was passionate in his desire to improve...Read More
It’s usually a three-year ritual. The day PISA results are published is the day the UK media is dominated by hand-wringing...Read More
England’s maths score in the triennial PISA tests has risen by more than ten percentage points since 2015 making it the highest...Read More
Two ice sculptures – what could be more appropriate to demonstrate the effects of global warming?
Hackney New School closed for a fresh start at the end of October after the free school had been downgraded from good to...Read More
Abacus Belsize, a one-form entry free school opened six years ago in temporary accommodation, will not be moving into permanent...Read More
Michael Gove, when education secretary, told the Leveson Inquiry in 2012 he was ‘concerned’ about any proposal which might...Read More
Trent Valley Academy, Gainsborough, was officially opened in June 2010 by the Duke of Gloucester. The new-build academy, which...Read More
‘Scrapping exams at 16 would create a better education system,’ The Times editorial says today.
Gaia Technologies, a supplier of ICT services to schools whose government approval was suspended in August when Gaia entered...Read More
The suspended former executive principal of Thrive Partnership Academy Trust (TPAT), Catherine Hutley, has been...Read More
Nine years ago, the Building Schools for the Future (BSF) programme started under Labour was abolished by the incoming Coalition...Read More