The Government should commit to developing a robust poverty strategy that will give all children the best possible life chances.
There are significant concerns among school leaders as to whether the current system of primary assessment is fit for purpose.
SCHOOLS NorthEast today announced that the nation’s foremost figure in child emotional wellbeing will chair its North East Schools-led Commission on pupils’ mental health.
SCHOOLS NorthEast today welcomed Theresa May’s commitment to tackling educational inequality, while urging the Government to focus more on measures that will drive up standards for all and not the few.
- The sharp drop in GCSE grades nationally does not mirror the regional picture, with top grades in the North East seeing the smallest change.
SCHOOLS NorthEast, the representative body for all 1,250 schools across the region, today welcomed news that more pupils than ever have been accepted on university courses.
Research shows pupils on free school meals are half as likely to achieve 5+ GCSEs at grades A*to C
North East Head Teachers had their concerns over the National Funding Formula and compulsory Ebacc subjects represented in Parliament by a member of the Education Select Committee.
This response is for Catherine McKinnell MP from SCHOOLS NorthEast, the UK’s only regional schools network representing all 1,250 schools in the North East of England.
National Schools Commissioner Sir David Carter is the latest senior education figure to commit to speak at the forthcoming SCHOOLS NorthEast annual Summit on 13 October.
Ofqual has attracted widespread criticism from the teaching profession after the announcement of new regulations to the system of reviews and appeals governing examination results which ignore many of the recommendations made by school bodies.
- Department for Education fast becoming “Ministry of Mass Confusion” after series of gaffes and u-turns