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Each hour schoolchildren spend watching television sees GCSE results fall by equivalent of two grades, says new research

Each hour that schoolchildren spend in front of the television or computer every day sees their GCSE results fall by the equivalent of two grades, warns new research by the University of Cambridge.












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Each hour schoolchildren spend watching television sees their GCSE results fall by equivalent of two grades, says new research

Each hour that schoolchildren spend in front of the television or computer every day sees their GCSE results fall by the equivalent of two grades, warns new research by the University of Cambridge.












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Sacked Education Secretary Michael Gove still sees papers via allies allowing him to ‘back-seat drive’ department

Michael Gove is still receiving copies of the Secretary of State for Education’s paperwork in his red box every night despite being sacked from that job six months ago, it was claimed last night.









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Government interference sees pupils flock to English IGCSE exams

Thousands of pupils have abandoned English GCSE exams this summer as a result of what their teachers term claim is continuous Government interference with the exam.









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Ofsted blitz sees schools improve

Four schools in Derby are judged to have improved in the first round of Ofsted blitz inspections.
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Standards blitz sees 1,000 under-performing primary schools facing closure or conversion into academies

Up to 1,000 under-performing primary schools face closure or conversion into academies under a dramatic new government blitz aimed at raising standards in schools.




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Pupil blogger sees Malawi kitchen

School dinners blogger Martha Payne attends the opening of a kitchen in Malawi that she helped raise funds for.
BBC News – Education & Family

NSPCC sees record neglect calls

A record number of calls about child neglect were made to the NSPCC last year, which is a “worrying trend”, the charity says.
BBC News – Education & Family