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Rise in top grades despite tougher exams

A-level results day has seen the highest proportion of As and A*s awarded since 2012.

Data shows maths as most popular A-level

This year’s A Level results show that maths continues to be the most popular subject.

Teenagers across the UK braced for A-level results

Hundreds of thousands of teenagers are bracing themselves for their A-level results.

Curriculum should change to include more life-skill lessons

British parents would like to see subjects such as religious studies and geography replaced to make way for more life-skill lessons.

Exclusion of an autistic boy ruled unlawful

A court has ruled that the exclusion of an autistic boy was unlawful as ‘aggressive behaviour is not a choice for children with autism’.

Democracy Ambassadors to inspire political engagement

The Cabinet Office has unveiled a new programme aimed at inspiring school-age young people to engage with democracy from an earlier stage.

A-level and GCSE grades will be handed out fairly

This year’s A-level and GCSE students will not suffer from being the first to take the new, tougher, exams.

Growing childcare staffing crisis highlighted

New Save the Children analysis has revealed that there is an acute shortage of nearly 11,000 graduate early years teachers in England.

Ampleforth and Downside report details 'wide spectrum of physical abuse'

The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) has published a damning report on

Suspensions for 'racism' on the increase in London

In 2016/17, 615 pupils in London were temporarily excluded for racism, compared with 440 in 2015/2016, according to the Evening Standard

STA finds that Harris Primary Academy 'over aided pupils' in Sats exams

An investigation by the Standards and Testing Agency (STA) has found that year six pupils at the Harris Primary Academy Philip Lane in north London, were “over-aided” in maths and English Sats exam papers.

Record number of University places confirmed for Scottish students

More than 29,800 had their university applications confirmed despite a year-on-year fall in pass rates for pupils sitting Scottish exams

Minister praises Boarding School Partnership scheme

Education Minister Nadhim Zahawi has praised 40 independent schools for taking part in a scheme that provides places for looked-after children.

SQA data shows that the number of ‘Higher’ passes has remained stable over the past year despite a fall of more than 2.4% in the S5 and S6 school roll, new figures from the SQA show.

The DfE has highlighted five key opportunities for the tech sector to create a step change in education, improving teaching and slashing workload

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