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Keeping up with Kyran

Kyran Bracken at St Albans School, discusses his new role and his hopes to have a positive imp...

Head of Didcot Girls' School joins The Smallpeice Trust

Rachael Warwick has been appointed to the Trust's Board of Trustees

New year, new career?

Although many are considering a teaching career, the NAHT says the government needs to do more...

It's not about the money

In a world run by money, Hilary Moriarty discusses how to keep talented teachers in the classr...

HMC welcomes lower entrance grades for disadvantaged pupils

HMC responds to Bristol University offering lower entrance grades to disadvantaged pupils

Are Ofsted's recent safeguarding changes correct?

Barry Richardson, Creative Director at The Worrinots, analyses Ofsted's latest policies and pr...

Headteachers warn exam results are not fair to all pupils

Ofqual say that challenges to grades have fallen but HMC and NAHT advise that this doesn't mea...

New Head appointed at St George's School for Girls

New Head, Alex Hems has spent 20 years working in leading girls' schools

10,000 free new independent school places

Joint funding means that new school places could be created every year

Uncertainty ahead

Matthew Burgess reviews how 2016 has impacted independent schools and what can be expected in ...

Present perfect?

Steve Wright asks five key figures from the independent school sector for their thoughts on th...

The world of HMC

Mike Buchanan, HMC Chair & Headmaster of Ashford School, discusses what is currently happening...

DLD College London launch LGBT + Support Programme

Ahead of Anti-Bullying Week, a new LGBT+ scheme has been created for students

Top visitors to Bromley High School

Bromley High School in Kent welcomed some recent illustrious visitors to school

Review: Practical Strategies 2016

VWV's annual conference for school leaders offered important and timely lessons, says Stephani...

Sir Adrian Webb joins UWC Atlantic Board of Governors

Professor Webb was awarded a knighthood for his services to higher education in 2001

Why it's time to stop worrying about the oil and gas slump

International schools need to look to the positives, says Carolyn Savage

Teacher cycles 1,000 miles to raise £20K for Ugandan school

John Dwyer cycled from the Pyranees to Sussex to raise money for the Nalango School in Uganda

Anne Frank Trust tackles prejudice in young people

The Anne Frank Trust's work tackling prejudice-related behaviour has been found to be effectiv...

Why we need to save the Art History A-Level

Penny Huntsman tells us why she's joining the fight to save the Art History A-Level

Brothers win 9 medals in the Exeter Sprint

The Wellington School students also attended the Somerset County Development Camp at Millfield...

The great grammar school debate

A head teacher looks at what Theresa May's proposal to bring back Grammar Schools could mean f...

How will Brexit affect the UK's independent schools?

The Independent Schools Show looks at some of the changes we can expect in a post-Brexit Educa...

Head of leading private school reacts to Green Paper

Mike Buchanan, Headmaster of Ashford School says that independent schools already do plenty to...

An audience with former Green Party leader Natalie Bennett

Brentwood School invites former Natalie Bennett to talk about 'Real Change in British Politics...

Rousing Rio

Hilary Moriarty says, how could you watch the 2016 Olympic Games and not be inspired?

How the DofE Award develops skills for work

Peter Westgarth explains why over 100 top UK employers have endorsed a DofE Award as a measure...

Not just for business

Perry Trevers, from insights specialist Sixthsense UK, says profiling techniques can be used t...

Schools testing kills joy of reading, says War Horse author

Michael Morpurgo calls for schools to make time for stories by reinstating storytime in primar...

How to help high achievers deal with pressures

Author Jackie Beere offers her advice on developing resilience through 'growth mindset'

New housemaster at DLD College London

New appointment strengthens boarding provisions at DLD College London

Bristol Grammar School to open state school

Bristol independent school BGS to bid for new secondary school in south of the city

Huddersfield trials 'name-blind' UCAS application process

Huddersfield is the only North-East university taking part in pilot scheme to eliminate ethnic...

Four out of five heads and teachers oppose grammar schools

Over 2,500 teachers, school leaders and heads respond to a poll by NAHT, ASCL, and Teach First...

Three new heads take up post

New faces join King's Rochester, The Grange and Gayhurst School

DfE consultation: have your say

Schools have until 12 December to take part in consultation on new package of school and unive...

PM to consult on schools' charitable status

Theresa May announces plans to amend Charity Commission guidance for independent schools

PM vows to 'relax restrictions' on grammar schools

In first major speech, Theresa May announces plans to open and extend grammar schools to boost...

PM plans for high fee universities to raise school standards

The new plan will require universities to set up new schools or sponsor existing under perform...

How the top grades will be awarded in new GCSEs

Ofqual confirms how GCSE grades, including 8 and 9, will be awarded