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Orthodontist trips for north teenagers ‘affecting exams’

It has led to concerns that the lengthy trips from Caithness and Sutherland are affecting their exam revision time....

We’re not lazy, we just need more sleep, say pupils

As MPs prepare to debate later school start times, pupils explain why they need more sleep....

GCSEs should be scrapped as part of major education system overhaul, senior MP says

Robert Halfon calls for exams to be replaced by baccalaureate at age 18 which focusses on skills needed for ‘digital age’...

Grindr and Tinder ‘must not risk children’s safety’

Minister vows to question Grindr and Tinder on safeguarding measures following “shocking” findings....

Sheffield University student investigated over offensive messages about women and STIs in leaked group chat

Students report an endemic ‘lad culture’ within group chats at British universities...

Nearly half of academy chains under spotlight for six-figure salaries have offered more pay rises

‘It is outrageous that academy bosses are accepting pay increases when school finances are tight’...

Delighting kids from the stage to the page

Zog, the dragon who won a golden star, is flying around the country on a theatre tour. Here his co-creator, illustrator Axel Scheffler, explains how he has gone from page to stage....

'Everyone is welcome': Children reach out to gay teacher threatened over LGBT lessons

He faced chants calling for him to leave when 100 parents protested outside the school gates...

Easton and Otley College needs ‘swift action’, commissioner says

An agricultural college is criticised by inspectors in two consecutive reports....

Charles Darwin school musical dropped after complaints

The decision not to perform Darwin Rocks follows six “expressions of concern” from parents....

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