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London Oratory: Top state school breaking law over discrimination against non-Catholics

The reputation of the London Oratory, one of the country’s best state schools, has been seriously damaged in a damning report by the Office of the Schools Adjudicator (OSA).









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School strikes: NUT teachers’ union to vote on major escalation in action against Michael Gove’s hated school reforms

Teachers will back a major escalation of their strike action over Education Secretary Michael Gove’s school reforms by threatening further nationwide walkouts from schools in the summer term.



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NUT to vote on major escalation in strike action against Michael Gove’s hated school reforms

Teachers will back a major escalation of their strike action over Education Secretary Michael Gove’s school reforms by threatening further nationwide walkouts from schools in the summer term.









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School strikes: NUT teachers’ union to vote on major escalation in action against Michael Gove’s hated school reforms

Teachers will back a major escalation of their strike action over Education Secretary Michael Gove’s school reforms by threatening further nationwide walkouts from schools in the summer term.









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School strikes: NUT to vote on major escalation in action against Michael Gove’s hated school reforms

Teachers will back a major escalation of their strike action over Education Secretary Michael Gove’s school reforms by threatening further nationwide walkouts from schools in the summer term.









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VIDEO: ‘Cards stacked against working class kids’

Comedian Russell Kane says the ‘cards are stacked against working class kids’, as he looks at aspiration and social mobility.
BBC News – Education & Family

Sex crimes against children ‘rise’

There has been a rise in the number of sex crimes against children under 11 in England and Wales in the past year, research suggests.
BBC News – Education & Family

Academies champion goes against Michael Gove

Headteachers are being “pushed about” to act against the interest of their own pupils as a result of pressures from the Government and exam league tables, the boss of one of the biggest academy chains has warned. Jon Coles, chief executive of the United Learning Trust, which runs 36 academies, said: “I think it is quite easy for heads to feel they’re forced to do something which may not be in the best interest of the pupils.”


    








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Government watchdog caution against schools giving siblings priority angers parents’ groups

Concern is being voiced over the practice of giving top priority for school places to the younger brothers and sisters of school pupils who already have a place.


    








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Students rally against cuts in Italy

Concern over cutbacks to education spark a strike by students across Italy in a week of college unrest across European Union states.
BBC News – Education & Family