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Secondary school languages: situation is 'turbulent'   

The latest survey by the National Centre for Languages (Cilt) has reported that only 45% of state secondary schools had half of pupils studying languages to age 16. 

The Cilt report said: "The declines of the last few years have been...

Comment On This     BBC article    
11/12/2008
30,000 aerial photography reveals new insights from Hadrian's Wall   

Archaeologists have now uncovered 2,700 previously unrecorded historic features along Hadrian's Wall by studying thousands of aerial pictures - including ancient burial mounds, medieval sheep farms and 19th Century lead mines.

They were working...

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11/12/2008
£30m to design your play areas for Spring 2009   

Any design ideas for your children's play areas? Communities all over England are being given the chance to do just this as part of £235m funding for play announced in the Children's Plan.

Children’s Secretary Ed...

Comment On This     The press release    
10/12/2008
A new year and it's time for BETT 2009   

January 14th -17th the return to Olympia of BETT, sees many ICT based companies showing the latest advancements and gadgets as well as seminars and demonstrations. From VLE to computer hardware it is sure to be at BETT.

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10/12/2008
Yes We Will Competition: Winner to be announced!   

KS3 Winners (Joint First): Tennille from Harborne Hill School and Joshua (King Edward VI Aston School) 
... and ...
KS4 Winner:  Tariq (St Albans CE Specialist Engineering College).

The entries in the final shortlist for the Yes...

Comment On This     Yes We Will Competition Details    
The Yes We Will showcase of shortlisted entries    
08/12/2008
The STAR Project   

Teaching an Arts subject?  This web site is about local training to improve the quality of teacher education in the arts for present and future primary school teachers, locally this may be of interest to you.

Comment On This     Go to The STAR project    
26/11/2008
SENCO regulations 2008   

New regulations were laid before parliament on 21st November. The new requirements for SENCOs come into effect on 1st September 2009, but there will be a two-year transitional period, for SENCOs who are not currently teachers, but who have...

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24/11/2008
UK transport emissions to be cut   

Changes are planned to UK transport emissions according to a report called the 'Campaign for better transport.' It suggests an extra tax on air passengers with the revenue distributed to the UK population. The study makes a case that Ministers...

Comment On This     UK transport emissions to be cut    
24/11/2008
New Technology to help fight against malaria   

New technologies emerging now are seen as the answer to the problem of malaria. It could even lead to the eventual eradication of malaria from the planet.The new way to deal with the parasite that causes malaria is called artemisinin...

Comment On This     New Technology to help fight against malaria    
20/11/2008
School report cards follow end of KS3 tests   

Schools Secretary Ed Balls has announced a new School Report Card so that parents and guardians can understand more easily each schools’ performance and achievements.

The report cards have been introduced instead of the KS3...

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16/11/2008
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