Education Secretary Justine Greening has today provided clarity around the terminology for the new GCSE grading scale.
Steve Hillier laughs at the suggestion that he is a winner in the great battle over the new schools funding formula. He certainly does not feel like one.
Mr Hillier is head of the Gryphon School in the pretty Dorset market town of Sherborne, which w..
Children with mental health problems are being held in police cells, on adult wards, or moved to inpatient care out of their local area because of “serious gaps” in the system, a report reveals. One in 10 local health areas has no plan to improve cri..
Every state school in England will see budget cuts before 2020, even after new funding plans are put into place, research suggests.
The Education Policy Institute analysis looks at the impact of the new national funding formula against the backdrop ..
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Welcome announcement that the government will define a grade 4 as a standard pass
The Education Secretary Justine Greening has today provided clarity around the terminology for the new GCSE grading scale, in a letter to the Education Se..
Issue 141 of our Secondary Magazine has been published. This time we offer some ideas and resources for teaching (or revising) quadratic sequences for the new GCSE (9-1). And we report on the latest publication from the Further Mathematics Support Pr..
Employability is a complex concept, often ill-defined or not defined at all (Gazier 1998). So what is it we are all working towards?
With the context of Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) and the Government White paper providing a new ..
Education Secretary Justine Greening has today written a letter to the House of Commons Education Committee about the new GCSE grading system.
Malcolm Trobe, Interim General Secretary of the Association of School and College Leaders, said: “We are ..
Confirmation that the government will define a grade 4 as a standard pass at GCSE is helpful