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More children 'have special educational needs'
More children 'have special educational needs'

Recent figures from the Education Department suggest that more children are being identified as having SEN. Almost 21% of children are identified in this category. The figure was 18.6 % five years ago. Read a full report here.

Education quangos to go
Education quangos to go

The recent announcement of education cuts totalling £670 million will be concentrated on what the new coalition describes as 'education quango'. This will include an end to Becta and a trimming of services offered by the QCDA as well as...

Guide Dogs at School
Guide Dogs at School

Your school is invited to 'paws' for a day, and get involved with Guide Dogs; find out what our amazing dogs do, and how!; understand what it's like to be blind; support our work; meet a Guide Dogs speaker (and maybe a dog or pup!). Guide Dogs...

Geography Awareness Week 21-25th June
Geography Awareness Week 21-25th June

Get your pupils really excited about volcanoes, countries and climate with this Geographical Association event. Downloadable resources are available via the web link.

Social mobility 'lagging' in England
Social mobility 'lagging' in England

Research from the Sutton Trust found that in England, pupil's examination results were more closely linked to their parents' education than is the case in other countries. Read the full BBC education report here.

Behaviour 'good' or 'outstanding' in most schools
Behaviour 'good' or 'outstanding' in most schools

Recent Ofsted data indicates that behaviour is good or outstanding in 80% of schools. Read the full account here.

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