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Schools are ‘too focused on exam results and don’t prepare students for the workplace’, survey finds

Schools are too focused on exam results and are not doing enough to equip students for the workplace, according to a recent survey.












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University of Law says it will refund students half of their tuition fees if they don’t find employment within 9 months of graduating

Students: how would you like to get a refund on half of your tuition fees if you don’t secure a job after graduation?












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Ofsted head says ‘feckless’ parents should be fined if they don’t support schools

The head of Osted has said that “feckless” parents should be shamed if they fail to turn up to parents’ evenings.












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Four in 10 students don’t think their degree was worth the money, survey finds

Four out of 10 students do not believe their course has been good value for money, while over half would not take their course again if given the option, a study has found.










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Our GCSE students don’t understand lust and desire, say Orthodox schools

Love may have been described as a universal language, but some Jewish Orthodox schools believe it’s one their GCSE students do not speak.










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Tristram Hunt: Four-year-olds arriving at school unable to speak because parents don’t get on ‘all fours’ and play with them

Four-year-olds are arriving at school unable to speak because their parents do not get down on “all fours” and play with them at home, Labour’s education spokesman Tristram Hunt has said.










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Don’t make children born in the summer start school too early, MPs appeal

Parents of children born in summer months should be given new rights to appeal if headteachers and councils try to force them to start school too early, MPs say.






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Don’t make children born in the summer start school too early, MPs appeal

Parents of children born in summer months should be given new rights to appeal if headteachers and councils try to force them to start school too early, MPs say.






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Foreign pupils don’t harm grades of English speakers

English-speaking pupils do not see their grades suffer if they attend a school where most of their classmates speak other languages, according to research by Oxford University academics published today.









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Teachers ‘don’t have the training to cope with disruptive pupils’

Inadequate training in how to tackle disruptive behaviour has left many teachers struggling to cope with rowdy pupils, a survey has found.









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