Secondary school's ex-pupils slam 'culture of racism and homophobia'

Secondary school’s ex-pupils slam ‘culture of casual racism and homophobia’ in open letter after damning Ofsted report Former students at Lady Lumley’s School in North Yorkshire have spoken out Claimed that a culture of casual racism and homophobia went unchallenged…

ALL schools in Wales will reopen on June 29

ALL schools in Wales will reopen on June 29 with summer holidays cut short by a week under plan to see a third of pupils in buildings at one time with year groups attending on set days Welsh education minister…

When will schools reopen in the UK? – The Sun

BORIS Johnson has announced that schools WILL open to pupils from June 1, in a phased reopening of classrooms in the UK. Here's everything you need to know about when kids will be heading back to school as the UK…

ANDREW PIERCE: Schools union rewrites the rules on impartiality

ANDREW PIERCE: Schools union rewrites the rules on impartiality Militant leaders of the National Education Union make it clear they will stop at nothing to prevent schools opening on June 1, using often spurious claims about ‘elf ’n’ safety’ and…

Schools that Excel: How the southern stars shine

The coronavirus pandemic has not only given students mighty lessons about viruses, exponential growth and supply and demand – at Star of the Sea College, it's an opportunity for growth. Principal Mary O'Connor said students had noted that the switch…

High-fee schools face Fair Work challenge over teacher cuts

The union for teachers at non-government schools is fighting two of Victoria’s top schools, Ballarat Clarendon College and Haileybury, over decisions to stand down staff in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Ballarat Clarendon College principal David Shepherd (left) declined to…