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Children in England are three months behind in their studies after lockdown, with boys and poor pupils worst hit, suggests a survey of teachers by an educational research organisation. The learning gap between rich and poor pupils grew by almost half between March and July, the National Foundation for Educational...
Boris Johnson has announced that it is “vitally important” children go back to school, with the life chances of a generation at stake. As the autumn term begins in Northern Ireland, the prime minister said the risk of contracting coronavirus at schools across the UK was “very small”. He stated...
Schools across the UK will close from Friday until further notice, the education secretary has announced. Speaking in the House of Commons, Gavin Williamson also confirmed that exams and assessments would not be held this academic year. He told MPs: “I want to provide parents, students and staff with the...
LONDON’S secondary school districts have claimed all top 10 slots for academic progress in new national league tables which reveal the capital’s continuing dominance in education. Ealing recorded the highest score in England for Progress 8, a new government benchmark which calculates how far pupils advance between primary school and year...
Thousands of people are protesting across the UK, with pupils leaving schools and workers downing tools as part of a global “climate strike” day. Millions are taking part around the world with rallies in British cities including Glasgow, Manchester and London, urging “climate justice”. Anna Taylor, 18, a co-founder of UK...
A six-year-old north London boy was among 1,000 youngsters caught taking knives into school last year, a new report has revealed. Hundreds of children were caught taking blades onto school premises, figures show, with the youngest aged just four. Weapons seized by police included machetes, hunting knives, a samurai sword and...
SPRINKLERS were not fitted at any London school or college which had fires this year, new figures have revealed. Statistics showed that none of the 57 educational establishments in the capital attended by firefighters were fitted with the systems. The London Fire Brigade (LFB) data covers blazes attended by crews...
AN initiative designed to tackle bigotry, prejudice and hate crime is being launched in Enfield primary schools on 1 May. The Heartstone Odyssey is aimed at Year 5, 6 and 7 pupils and is built around the book of the same name which follows a fictional character, Chandra, and documents her...
OVER 1,000 councillors in England have written to the education secretary urging the government to give schools billions of pounds in extra funding. The letter to Damian Hinds calls for an end to spending cuts and for adequate funding for special needs. A report last year by the Institute for...
HEALTH experts have stated that cars should be banned from idling near schools in a bid to cut pollution. In a new report, Public Health England (PHE) calls for a raft of measures, including stopping cars idling near school gates, promoting carpool lanes, and providing priority parking for electric cars....
RESPONSIBILITY for rising knife crime cannot be “landed on schools in the absence of properly funded local services,” says the head of Ofsted. Amanda Spielman says schools in London are not well enough supported when it comes to dealing with knife crime. Ms Spielman says that schools do not have...
STUDENTS could soon start school at 10am after MPs backed a campaign to give them a lie-in. A petition started by an 18-year-old to help “tired teenagers” won 183,000 signatures – triggering a Commons debate over the bold proposal. The campaign started by 18-year-old Hannah Kidner from Tiverton, Devon, claims...
A programme has been launched by City Hall, for helping schools in London to challenge gender stereotypes to ensure that no child is held back by their gender. The capital will lead the way in championing gender equality in schools by funding a new Gender Action award. Developed by the...
SCHOOLS in England are to receive a one-off £400m to buy “that extra bit of kit”, the Chancellor, Philip Hammond, has announced in his Budget. The money is worth, on average, £10,000 per primary school and £50,000 per secondary school, he said. Unions said Mr Hammond’s gesture would “infuriate” head...
LONDON schools have seen a 26% increase in exclusion rates in the last three years.  Studies have shown young people who have previously been excluded either temporarily or permanently from school are more likely to be drawn into crime. Excluded students are referred to Alternative Provision (AP), non-mainstream settings. This...
  Hundreds of school children and their families are being given free, nutritious food that would have previously been thrown away, courtesy of charity The Felix Project. Around 12,500 meals a week to people in need are provided by The Felix project’s Enfield depot alone. Enfield Council’s Leader, Cllr Nesil...
A former prostitute used fake identification documents to obtain work with vulnerable adults and children, a court has heard. Fatou Johnson, 37, of Nutfield Gardens in Ilford, east London, worked in care homes and a school in Gloucestershire before her offences were detected. She pleaded guilty to two charges of...
THE head of Ofsted has announced in a report that schools are not a “silver bullet” to tackle childhood obesity. A research proceeded of 60 schools found no connection between schools’ efforts to tackle obesity and pupils’ weight. Outside of the school gates it is impossible “to have a direct...