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Language lesson gap means poorest miss out, says report

Schools in most disadvantaged areas have fewest pupils taking GCSE languages, study shows....

‘Mummy, can you spray my face white?’

Four-year-old Leon covered his face in nappy cream after telling his mum he “didn’t want to be brown”....

School offers children week off in term time

A secondary school offers parents the chance to take their children out of school for a week in July 2019....

Stamford Hill school with sex ed ban ‘inadequate’

School staff have gone through books to blank out bare skin on ankles, wrists and necks, Ofsted says....

Ofsted warns parents could be overmedicating their children as ritalin prescriptions double in a decade

Chief Inspector of Education says writing prescriptions for behavioural problems as ‘the norm’ sends a ‘very big warning signal’...

Pupils learn to sign for deaf awareness week

Pupils at a school in Portsmouth have been learning to sign for deaf awareness week....

Narcissists ‘irritating but successful’

They might be obsessive attention seekers, but narcissists often overtake their rivals, say researchers....

University student suicide rates revealed

The Office for National Statistics publishes higher education suicide rates for the first time....

Pupils upskirting teachers increasing, NASUWT Cymru warns

Union speaks out following legislation passed by the UK government making upskirting a criminal offence....

Meet the teacher who wears a school uniform

Alex Maina Kariuki is a school principal with a difference. He insists on wearing the same school uniform as his students....

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