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Former Ofsted chief attacks 'socially toxic' culture of privilege

Private schools risk becoming cut off from all but the "most excessively wealthy" famil... More

Promote 'having it all' to schoolgirls with caution, says GDST head

Most women no longer have to choose between having a family and pursuing a career, but care needs... More

Private school fee rises 'driven by increase in wealthy foreign pupils'

Sharp rises in private education fees are showing little sign of "slowing down" as scho... More

Top private school headmaster attacks 'politics of envy'

Britain’s education system is being undermined by the “politics of envy” and a ... More

Single-sex classes 'make no difference' to girls, says head

The benefits of single-sex education have been exaggerated and make no difference to exam results... More

Child protection fears 'lead to self-censorship' in schools

Schools are deliberating censoring children’s achievement... More

Marlborough master: private schools must avoid being 'isolated enclaves of privilege'

Private schools must avoid becoming "isolated enclaves of privilege" by engaging with t... More

Nearly 25% of independent schools feel swamped by regulatory compliance

Nearly a quarter of independent schools are struggling to keep up with current regulatory complia... More

English private schools could benefit from Scottish referendum 'yes' vote

A “yes” vote in the Scottish referendum could result in a boom in recruitment for ind... More

Offer all children chance of private school, parents say

Two in five parents think every child should have the chance to go to private school, regardless ... More

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Is performance-related pay a benefit to teachers or the school?

Craig Holden, HR consultant at SAS Daniels LLP, considers how payment terms and condition

Teachers haul pupils from their beds in truancy drive

Welsh teenagers found to be missing classes may soon find a new surprise waiting on their doorste

Former Ofsted chief attacks 'socially toxic' culture of privilege

Private schools risk becoming cut off from all but the "most excessively wealthy" famil

Promote 'having it all' to schoolgirls with caution, says GDST head

Most women no longer have to choose between having a family and pursuing a career, but care needs

Private school fee rises 'driven by increase in wealthy foreign pupils'

Sharp rises in private education fees are showing little sign of "slowing down" as scho