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Calculators ‘a plus’ for young mathematicians after all

Academics found calculators can also help students become better at problem solving....

The scourge of child poverty in the UK

The parents in Oldham who struggle to buy food and basic necessities for their children...

How science GCSEs in England are changing

Students will be graded numerically on a scale from 9 to 1....

Attending grammar school may not boost chance of good GCSE grades, study suggests

'There appears to be little added benefit to pupils' educational achievements from attending selective schools'...

Unauthorised pupil absences at record high but fewer parents fined for taking children out of school

'The rise in unauthorised absence is due to more parents taking children out for family holidays that were not agreed by the school'...

Wealthy parents who pay for tutors to get children into grammar school should be taxed to fund poor pupils, study suggests

Report finds 70 per cent of children in England who were tutored secured grammar school place – compared with 14 per cent of those who had no additional instruction...

More pupils take term-time holidays, data shows

But the proportion of parents being fined for taking children out of lessons without permission falls....

One in three headteachers cut back on staff due to school funding pressures, survey says

'It is clear that parents will not tolerate school standards slipping and that they are concerned for their children's future'...

One in three headteachers cuts back on staff due to school funding pressures, survey says

'It is clear that parents will not tolerate school standards slipping and that they are concerned for their children's future'...

‘Sexually motivated’ former Bury St Edmunds teacher struck off

A panel hears a teacher sent inappropriate messages to a pupil at a school where he previously worked....

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