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Anti-female genital mutilation (FGM) campaigners are calling for primary schools to start teaching pupils about the issue when the new relationships and health education curriculum is introduced next year.
Schools “desperately need” a multibillion-pound cash injection and the Government should draw up a 10-year funding plan, a cross-party group of MPs has said.
Ten teaching posts are vacant at Dundee schools just over a week into the summer holidays.
Class sizes in England’s secondary schools are increasing, new government figures show.
Councillors have failed in their attempt to have the controversial rearrangement of Dundee’s secondary school structure discussed with education unions.
Britain’s most influential people are five times more likely to have studied at a private school than the general population, new research suggests.
A secondary school has launched an investigation after pupils were asked to vote for the “best looking” male and female in year 9.
School heads in England have reported the highest level of cyber bullying among students in an international survey of more than a quarter of a million teachers.
Business employers could help govern schools in Northern Ireland, the Democratic Unionists have said.
Intensive work is being done to rid a school of bedbug infestations after a four-year ‘ordeal’, the First Minister has said.
New regulations on school meals will be introduced in Scotland as part of an effort to crack down on childhood obesity.
Posters warning pupils not to physically or verbally attack teachers have been produced by a union amid fears for staff welfare.
Schools “don’t have enough bodies on the ground” to teach science, maths, engineering and technology (Stem) subjects effectively to younger children, teachers have told MSPs.
Secondary teachers in Dundee have overwhemingly rejected a switch to a faculty structure in the city’s schools.
A culture change is needed at schools over how teachers are able to progress their careers, according to a union.
The attainment gap between children from poor and affluent families is getting smaller at schools where there is specialist funding, head teachers have said.
A sharp rise in incidents of violence, aggression and threats in Fife schools has been linked to a spike in staff absences.
The Curriculum for Excellence (CfE) should be judged by the “outcome of the senior phase” rather than on concerns about subject choice in S4, according to the Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA).
More than 30 schools in rural areas have been identified as among the first to receive full fibre broadband.