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Wales poised to scrap Religious Education lessons in schools

Wales is poised to scrap Religious Education lessons in its schools, it has been revealed.












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Over one in five secondary school maths lessons taught by teacher without degree in the subject

More than one in five secondary school maths lessons is now taught by a teacher without a degree in the subject, official figures have revealed.












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All schools should include a positive portrayal of same sex relationships in sex education lessons, says union

All schools should include a positive portrayal of same sex relationships in their sex education lessons, teachers declared today.










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Nick Clegg guarantees funds for lessons on the Holocaust

Nick Clegg has pledged that the Liberal Democrats will carry on funding the education of young people about the Holocaust, warning, in the wake of the Paris terror attacks, that anti-Semitism is a “light sleeper”.









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Nursery-age children ‘should get tooth-brushing lessons’

Nursery-age children should be given lessons in how to brush their teeth to counter a worsening dental health crisis in the most socially disadvantaged sections of the population, experts have said.









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How to teach teenagers: Independent schools to provide lessons for university lecturers

Britain’s leading independent schools are to lay on lessons for university lecturers aimed at telling them how to teach today’s teenagers.









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Cutting music lessons will ‘cost soul of the nation’ warn musicians after drop in funding

The celebrated violinist Nicola Benedetti and trumpet soloist Alison Balsom are among leading musicians calling on the Government to drop controversial advice to local authorities to pull funding for music lessons, warning it could “cost the soul of the nation”.



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Cutting music lessons will ‘cost soul of the nation’ warn top musicians after drop in funding

The celebrated violinist Nicola Benedetti and trumpet soloist Alison Balsom are among leading musicians calling on the Government to drop controversial advice to local authorities to pull funding for music lessons, warning it could “cost the soul of the nation”.









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Lessons in girl power in Ghana’s schools

Talking to the chieftain about sexism
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VIDEO: The schools using Minecraft in lessons

Some schools are encouraging children to play computer games in lessons to help with more traditional subjects like creative writing in English.
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