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The young reporters fighting for human rights

8 May 2014

The insightful, poignant and sometimes harrowing work of young student reporters and photo-journalists has been celebrated in the finals of the Young Human Rights Reporter of the Year Awards 2014.



Numeracy decline sparks concern

8 May 2014

A sharp decline in numeracy among Scottish primary pupils, along with a lack of progress in the early years of secondary, has sparked concerns among opposition politicians and teaching unions about the state of the new curriculum.



At a glance headlines: May 8, 2014

8 May 2014

The latest round of SEN scholarships and new resources to help schools prepare for SEN reforms are among the SecEd At a glance headlines for May 8, 2014.


Simply the best job in the world

8 May 2014

Headteacher Vic Goddard became a household name when his school was put under the spotlight in the award-winning Channel 4 series Educating Essex. Now, the principal of Passmores Academy in Harlow has written a book about his experience of headship.






At a glance headlines: May 1, 2014

1 May 2014

A new website allowing supply teachers to rate supply agencies, a London Knowledge Quiz for pupils, and a new UK museums resource are among the At a glance headlines for May 1, 2014.







School choir performs alongside Gary Barlow

1 May 2014

It’s not every day that a school choir gets the chance to perform alongside a music superstar – but that’s what happened to pupils from a Manchester secondary school.




Government 'in denial' about asbestos problem

1 May 2014

The government remains in “denial” about the scale of the asbestos problem in the country’s schools, a leading campaigner said this week after winning a prestigious award for his campaign to rid schools of the deadly substance. Dorothy Lepkowska reports.




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