Schools that rely on dishing out worksheets to their pupils rather than textbooks or library books they can take home risk censure from inspectors, chief schools inspector Sir Michael Wilshaw has said.
Muslim pupils across Britain are suffering a backlash of bullying and abuse following the Charlie Hebdo massacre amid a broad rise in Islamophobia in schools which the Government is failing to tackle, campaigners have told The Independent.
Dominic Cummings, Michael Gove’s former special adviser, attacked the head of Ofsted, describing Sir Michael Wilshaw’s appointment as “the second worst personnel decision we made”.
The vice-chancellor of Oxford University has agreed that new Government visa controls are “hostile” to international students.
The chief inspector of schools has said he is “spitting blood” over right-wing attacks on Ofsted.