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Budget cuts in English schools resulting in redundancy, survey finds

30th November 2015 13:19

A recent survey, which was published by the Association of School and College Leaders and law firm Browne Jacobson, has discovered that more than a 50 per cent of schools are willing to make cuts in the number of staff within their institution, as a way to… Read more...

Sexting on the rise in St Helens' schools, survey finds

16th November 2015 11:16

According to a survey by St Helens Council, there has been a notable increase in bullying, self-harming and sexting in schools in the town, with 10 per cent of year ten pupils being asked to publish indecent images of themselves online. Of the students who… Read more...

Smaller percentage of families offered a place at their first choice secondary school

2nd November 2015 18:15

A recent education survey has revealed that one in seven families (approximately 76,000) did not secure a place at their first choice of secondary school last year and a further 25 per cent (19,000) did not get into any of their chosen schools. Research from… Read more...

North South divide impacts poorest students, research finds

27th October 2015 12:12

A recent report from The Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) - a centre-left think tank, to be launched in Sheffield - details a number of tests of the Government’s proposed Northern Powerhouse scheme. The findings of the research revealed that,… Read more...

Survey finds 50 per cent of teachers are considering quitting

9th October 2015 13:15

A recent survey by the National Union of Teachers has revealed that more than half (or 53 per cent) of teachers are considering quitting the profession within the next two years. According to the findings, the two main reasons cited for wanting to quit the… Read more...

25 per cent of parents relocate to send children to their choice school

23rd September 2015 12:06

According to a recent survey by Santander, 25 per cent of parents in the United Kingdom have previously relocated to secure a place at a good school for their children, with 1 in 6 of the parents saying that they deliberately purchased or rented a property… Read more...

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