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Exclusive: Computer and television screens are blighting family life, warns children’s tsar

British parents are among those in Europe most likely to neglect their children, according to the Government’s childhood tsar.









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Exclusive: Screens are blighting family life, warns children’s tsar Reg Bailey

British parents are among those in Europe most likely to neglect their children, according to the Government’s childhood tsar.









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University system geared towards foreign students could undermine our economy, says warns vice-chancellor

Universities are being forced to teach overseas students who return home with skills that help build their countries to compete against us, a leading vice-chancellor warns on Monday.









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School leavers lack basic work skills, CBI warns

School leavers lack the skills needed to succeed at work, a survey of business leaders has warned.









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Britain no longer welcoming to foreign students, warns Cambridge vice-chancellor

The vice-chancellor of Cambridge University has warned that a hostile attitude towards migration risks deterring students from studying in Britain.









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Britain no longer welcoming to foreign students, warns Cambridge vice-chancellor

The vice-chancellor of Cambridge University has warned that a hostile attitude towards migration risks deterring students from studying in Britain.









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Primary school places appeals: Parents are faced with ‘meaningless’ process, warns Labour

Thousands of parents will miss out on their first choice of primary school this week, with families in the worst affected areas facing a “virtually meaningless” appeals process. Parents will not know whether their four-year-olds will be go to their preferred school until Wednesday, when 600,000 children will be allocated their primary school places.



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Primary school places: Compulsory school age at risk of becoming two as parents race for best performing primary education, warns report

An unofficial compulsory school starting age of two has been introduced around the country as desperate parents try to get their children into the best performing primary schools, says a report out today.



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Gap in financial education warns AM

Some Welsh pupils are leaving school with virtually no financial education, claims Plaid Cymru AM Bethan Jenkins.
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Wilshaw warns staffroom ‘moaners’

Ofsted chief Sir Michael Wilshaw says that teachers should stop presenting themselves as “victims”.
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