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Keeping pupils motivated at home is significant challenge, watchdog warns

Students are to get remote education until at least mid-Feburary under the current lockdown for England, except vulnerable children and those of key workers

Keeping pupils motivated at home is significant challenge, watchdog warns Keeping pupils motivated at home is significant challenge, watchdog warns Research from Ofsted found parents and schools were worried about engagement with remote education – especially from children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). Forty per cent of parents who took part in a YouGov survey said their child’s …

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Teacher absences due to Covid six times higher than for pupils in primary schools

A new report has found teacher absences due to a positive Covid test were ‘significantly higher’ than for students

Teacher absences due to Covid six times higher than for pupils in primary schools Teacher absences due to Covid six times higher than for pupils in primary schools The proportion of teachers absent from school due to a positive coronavirus test was six times higher than that of students in primary schools last term, new analysis shows. The Education Policy …

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Pupils could sit tests at home as evidence for GCSE and A-level grades, after official exams scrapped

<p>Pupils could sit tests at home under proposals&nbsp;</p>

Pupils could sit tests at home as evidence for GCSE and A-level grades, after official exams scrapped Pupils could sit tests at home as evidence for GCSE and A-level grades, after official exams scrapped Pupils in England could be allowed to sit tests at home which would form evidence for GCSE, AS- and A-level grades this year, according to proposals …

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One in five primary pupils is at school during England lockdown, government data shows

Most school leaders said demand for places has “greatly increased” compared to last spring’s lockdown, according to a new survey

One in five primary pupils is at school during England lockdown, government data shows One in five primary pupils is at school during England lockdown, government data shows One in five pupils in primary state schools were physically in school on Monday, government data shows, offering a glimpse on school numbers during England’s lockdown. It comes after education unions expressed …

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Pupils to get set number of hours of remote education and Ofsted to inspect where it has concerns, government says

Students are to get remote education until at least mid-Feburary under the current lockdown for England, except vulnerable children and those of key workers

Pupils to get set number of hours of remote education and Ofsted to inspect where it has concerns, government says Pupils to get set number of hours of remote education and Ofsted to inspect where it has concerns, government says Pupils will receive a set daily number of hours of remote education during England’s new lockdown, the government has confirmed …

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More pupils attending state schools, government figures show, as lockdown ‘has positive effect’

Attendance in English state schools increased on 3 December from week before, latest DfE figures show

More pupils attending state schools, government figures show, as lockdown ‘has positive effect’ More pupils attending state schools, government figures show, as lockdown ‘has positive effect’ The number of students attending state schools has gone up, according to the latest government data, which a union said suggests England’s lockdown had a “positive effect” on reducing the spread of Covid-19. Fewer …

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Labour calls for exam changes to make them ‘truly fair to all pupils’ amid Covid disruption

<p>Labour has called for changes to next year’s exams amid pandemic</p>

Labour calls for exam changes to make them ‘truly fair to all pupils’ amid Covid disruption Labour calls for exam changes to make them ‘truly fair to all pupils’ amid Covid disruption Labour has called for changes to exams next year to make them “truly fair to all pupils” amid coronavirus-related disruption to education.  Kate Green, the shadow education secretary, …

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Around one in 10 state school pupils out of school for Covid-related reasons, latest figures show

Around one in 10 state  school students were self-isolating last week, government data shows

Around one in 10 state school pupils out of school for Covid-related reasons, latest figures show Around one in 10 state school pupils out of school for Covid-related reasons, latest figures show Around one in 10 state school pupils in England did not go to school last week due to reasons linked to coronavirus, the latest government data shows. As …

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Private school with ‘culture of racism’ held mock slave auctions, claim former pupils

The prestigious Fettes College in Edinburgh, which was attended by former prime minister Tony Blair from 1966 to 1971

Private school with ‘culture of racism’ held mock slave auctions, claim former pupils Private school with ‘culture of racism’ held mock slave auctions, claim former pupils Mock “slave auctions” were held at a private school in Scotland, according to former pupils who claimed the college was blighted by a “culture of racism”. The allegations were made against Edinburgh-based Fettes College, …

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Teachers ‘indoctrinating’ pupils with left-wing ideas, claims former Tory minister

Conservative MP and former work and pensions secretary Esther McVey

Teachers ‘indoctrinating’ pupils with left-wing ideas, claims former Tory minister Teachers ‘indoctrinating’ pupils with left-wing ideas, claims former Tory minister Teacher are pushing left-wing views in classrooms and putting working-class pupils off school with ideas at odds with their “family’s beliefs”, a former Conservative cabinet minister has claimed. Tory MP Esther McVey, the ex-work and pensions secretary, suggested at a …

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