Blogs

30Jun
image

30 October 2015 Tackling boys? underachievement by teaching them differently to girls is ?absolutely wrong?, the chair of the review of the National Curriculum in England has said. Tim Oates CBE said that attending to different styles of learning was misguided because the

21Sep
Building expertise in assessment

Publicado en October 21st, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

14 October 2015 A ground breaking course for leaders in educational assessment was held recently in Cambridge. The?Leadership in National Assessment course welcomed 14 leaders from countries as diverse as the Bahamas, Indonesia, Swaziland and Portugal, who found they had far


Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseStartTag: invalid element name in Entity, line: 53 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20
20Aug
image

12 October 2015 // Domready Option var addthisScript = document.createElement('script'); addthisScript.setAttribute('src', '//s7.addthis.com/js/300/addthis_widget.js#domready=1') document.body.appendChild(addthisScript) // Using dom

05May
image

05 November 2015 Research by Cambridge Assessment ? a department of the University of Cambridge ? today confirms that state school pupils are likely to do better at university than independent school pupils with similar A Level results. Researchers Carmen Vidal Rodeiro and Na

04Apr
image

04 November 2015 Amid renewed calls from outgoing CBI Director General, John Cridland, for the abolition of GCSEs Paul Steer, OCR's Head of Policy, delivered this well-received evidence-based defense of the qualification's place in the high stakes testing system at Policy UK.

29May
image

05 November 2014 A partnership designed to set a new standard in digital education has been launched by Cambridge Assessment's Group Chief Executive Simon Lebus in China. Cambridge Assessment and Cambridge University Press have joined forces with Beijing-based educational technology firm

29May
Government publishes British Values

Publicado en November 29th, 2014 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Schools in England must ensure pupils have respect and tolerance for all faiths, races and cultures, says new government guidance on British values.Font: BBC News

28Apr
New research shows why textbooks count

Publicado en November 28th, 2014 por NewEnglishCentre

image

20 November 2014 England needs to restore the primacy of ?real? textbooks in order to reach international standards of education, Cambridge Assessment?s Group Director of Assessment Research and Development has said.  In a paper published to coincide with a conference held by the Publish

28Apr
Search for teachers may go abroad

Publicado en November 28th, 2014 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Some potential recruits are put off by the workload Schools could start to look overseas to fill teaching vacancies as a "ghastly" teacher training shortage in England starts to bite, expert say. The latest figures on teacher trainee recruitment

25Jan
UK university admissions: which way forward?

Publicado en November 25th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

24 November 2015 // Domready Option var addthisScript = document.createElement('script'); addthisScript.setAttribute('src', '//s7.addthis.com/js/300/addthis_widget.js#domready=1') document.body.appendChild(addthisScript) // Using do

09Sep
Languages passport to Oxbridge

Publicado en May 9th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Bright students are more likely to win a place at Oxbridge to study languages than in recent years, analysis suggests.Font: BBC News

09Sep
image

Parents have criticised a school which publicly ranked its GCSE students by academic ability just days before the start of the exam season.Font: BBC News

08Aug
Vocational - how to build it better

Publicado en May 8th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

07 May 2015 Genuine improvement in vocational education and training ? both in the UK and internationally ? can only be achieved by attending to the incentives and drivers operating in specific sectors, a seminar has concluded. In a talk held by the Cambridge Assessment Netwo

08Aug
Children trust pets before siblings

Publicado en May 8th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

For children facing adversity, the importance of relationships with pets has been underestimated, say researchersFont: BBC News

07Jul
image

A head teacher is banned from the profession for changing answers on Year 6 pupils' SATs test.Font: BBC News

07Jul
Become a Master of assessment

Publicado en May 7th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

06 May 2015 A cross-University collaboration has been launched to raise the profile of learning about assessment. The Postgraduate Certificate in Educational Assessment and Examinations has been created by Cambridge Assessment and the Faculty of Education. A Master?s level co

06Jun
Help for heads over radicalisation

Publicado en May 6th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Head teachers worried about protecting students from being radicalised are being offered seminars by their union.Font: BBC News

06Jun
image

A baby girl should be removed from her mother and live with her father and his boyfriend instead, a High Court judge rules.Font: BBC News

05May
PwC ends A-level criteria for jobs

Publicado en May 5th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Accountancy firm PricewaterhouseCoopers is to stop using A-levels grades as a way of selecting recruits for graduate jobs.Font: BBC News

05May
Rotherham abuse warnings released

Publicado en May 5th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Fresh evidence emerges that authorities in Rotherham were warned about child sexual exploitation as far back as 2003.Font: BBC News

04Apr
Heads warn of Trojan Horse threats

Publicado en May 4th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Head teachers warn intimidation is still continuing after the so-called Trojan Horse scandal, including dead animals being left in playgrounds.Font: BBC News

04Apr
Lib Dems call for teacher pay rise

Publicado en May 4th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

If teachers are really valued they should be given a pay rise, says Liberal Democrat David Laws, promising an end to public sector pay cuts.Font: BBC News

03Mar
Schools feeding and clothing pupils

Publicado en May 3rd, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Head teachers are warning that schools are having to act like "mini-welfare states" in providing and food and clothes to some pupils.Font: BBC News

03Mar
Maverick heads stifled by Ofsted

Publicado en May 3rd, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

"Maverick" head teachers are being stifled by an inspection system that stops them doing their best for pupils, a union leader will tell a conference.Font: BBC News

02Feb
image

Lib Dem Danny Alexander says the Tories proposed to "slash" child benefit during the coalition government - but the Conservatives call it "desperate stuff".Font: BBC News

02Feb
Play vital for children, says Hunt

Publicado en May 2nd, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Children are arriving at school unable to speak properly because parents are not playing and talking to them enough, Labour's Tristram Hunt has said.Font: BBC News

01Jan
Google should be allowed in exams

Publicado en May 1st, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Internet search engines such as Google should be allowed in public examinations, an exam board chief says.Font: BBC News

01Jan
Outsource marking to cut workload

Publicado en May 1st, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

A more radical approach to cutting teachers' workload needs to be investigated, such as sending marking overseas, researchers suggest.Font: BBC News

18Jun
Coasting schools face intervention

Publicado en May 18th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

New powers to intervene in coasting schools will show "it is not OK to be just above the level of failing", Education Secretary Nicky Morgan says.Font: BBC News

17May
Mobile bans improve school results

Publicado en May 17th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Banning mobile phones from schools has the effect of providing pupils with an extra week's education over an academic year, researchers say.Font: BBC News

17May
Coasting schools must improve

Publicado en May 17th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Education Secretary Nicky Morgan says new powers to sack head teachers in coasting schools will show "it is not OK to be just above the level of failing".Font: BBC News

16Apr
Traffic fears curb walks to school

Publicado en May 16th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Almost two-fifths of parents in Great Britain are put off letting their primary-age children walk to school by other parents' driving, suggests a survey.Font: BBC News

16Apr
Coasting schools to be taken over

Publicado en May 16th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Hundreds of coasting schools in England could be taken over and turned into academies under government plans set to be unveiled.Font: BBC News

15Mar
Help! Beatles in new music GCSE

Publicado en May 15th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

The Beatles album Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Heart Clubs Band is set to be widely studied in a new music GCSE.Font: BBC News

14Feb
Warning over adoption-rate fall

Publicado en May 14th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

There has been a marked drop in the number of children being put up for adoption, leading charities have said.Font: BBC News

13Jan
image

Arts subjects should be given equal status alongside maths and science in England's school curriculum, science and engineering experts argue.Font: BBC News

13Jan
Asia tops global school rankings

Publicado en May 13th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

A global school league table based on science and maths tests puts five Asian countries at the top, with the UK in 20th and the US in 28th.Font: BBC News

12Dec
A third of MPs privately educated

Publicado en May 12th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Almost a third (32%) of MPs in the new House of Commons went to private school, according to an analysis by an education charity.Font: BBC News

12Dec
Morgan to tackle poor schools

Publicado en May 12th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Nicky Morgan pledges to work with teachers to guarantee an excellent local school for every child.Font: BBC News

10Oct
Quake leaves million out of school

Publicado en May 10th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Unicef says a million children will not be able to return to school in the wake the Nepal earthquake unless urgent action is taken.Font: BBC News

10Oct
image

06 May 2015 A charity which helps disadvantaged young people in India is set to benefit from a technology prize awarded to Cambridge Assessment. Hope Foundation was chosen by the Group as a recipient for its $3,000 prize in the SAP Hana Innovation Awards. Cambridge Assessment was awarded s

09Sep
Cameron pledges 500 new free schools

Publicado en March 9th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Free schools: David Cameron pledges 500 more by 2020 By Sean Coughlan Education correspondent David Cameron will promise an expansion of free schools Continue reading the main story

09Sep
Sex consent lessons for 11-year-olds

Publicado en March 9th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Government plans sex consent lessons for 11-year-olds   Continue reading the main story Related Stories Lessons on sexual consent 'lacking'

06Jun
Science squeezed out of primaries

Publicado en March 6th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Science 'squeezed out of primary schools' By Hannah Richardson BBC News education reporter Children in junior classes should do at least two hours of science a week Continu

06Jun
Clever girls lack science confidence

Publicado en March 6th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Clever girls lack confidence in science and maths By Sean Coughlan Education correspondent A lack of self-confidence is a factor in whether women apply for jobs in science and technology, says

05May
Childrens homes lack secure places

Publicado en March 5th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Lack of places warning in secure children's homes By Fran Abrams BBC Radio 4's File on 4 There are warnings that the number of secure places is not keeping up with rising demand

05May
Exam changes risk school problems

Publicado en March 5th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Exam changes risk problems for schools, say heads England's schools are heading for the biggest exams shake-up for 30 years Continue reading the main story Related Stories GCSE overhaul

04Apr
Schools fail to stretch most able

Publicado en March 4th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Schools 'fail to stretch most able', says Ofsted By Sean Coughlan Education correspondent Ofsted says too many bright children are not fulfilling their potential in secondary school

04Apr
University bosses earning £260,000

Publicado en March 4th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

University bosses earning ?260,000 By Sean Coughlan Education correspondent Vice-chancellors are accused of high living, while lecturers face limits on pay University

03Mar
Labour pledges £6,000 tuition fees

Publicado en March 3rd, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Labour promises to cut tuition fees to ?6,000   By Sean Coughlan Education correspondent

03Mar
One-third miss school choice in London

Publicado en March 3rd, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

One-third miss first school choice in London as numbers rise By Sean Coughlan Education correspondent Hundreds of thousands of families are finding out about secondary school places

31Jul
What every aspiring architect needs

Publicado en March 31st, 2016 por NewEnglishCentre

image

29 March 2016 Aspiring architects should be taking Maths at A Level and would also do well to consider Further Maths, according to a study of undergraduates. Researchers Ellie Darlington and Jessica Bowyer surveyed a number of architecture students who said that Mechan

31Jul
Children fear addiction to porn

Publicado en March 31st, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

A tenth of 12 to 13-year-olds are worried they are "addicted" to pornography, a study by the NSPCC ChildLine service has found.Font: BBC News

31Jul
Free nursery has no academic benefit

Publicado en March 31st, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Free nursery places for three-year olds have helped mothers back to work, but have made "no difference" to academic performance later on, researchers claim.Font: BBC News

30Jun
image

29 March 2016 Students who specialise in science, technology, engineering or maths (STEM) subjects at A Level are more likely to attend top universities, according to research by Cambridge Assessment which is out today. By contrast, students who specialised in ?applied

30Jun
False allegations blight teaching

Publicado en March 30th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Schools must ensure blameless members of staff do not have their careers wrecked by false allegations, a union's annual conference will hear.Font: BBC News

30Jun
Parents rarely spot child obesity

Publicado en March 30th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Parents hardly ever spot obesity in their children resulting in damaging consequences for health, doctors warn.Font: BBC News

02Feb
LOreal to change bad at maths ad

Publicado en March 2nd, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

L'Oreal agrees to change 'bad at maths' boast advert By Hannah Richardson BBC News education reporter Helen Mirren's campaign for L'Oreal celebrated ageing

02Feb
Labour to confirm tuition fee cut plan

Publicado en March 2nd, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Labour to reveal how it would fund cut in tuition fees By Sean Coughlan Education correspondent Ed Miliband will reveal how Labour would fund a reduction in tuition fees Continue read

29May
Many young pupils cant communicate

Publicado en March 29th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

A study suggests too many children are starting school unable to communicate well enough or control their behaviour.Font: BBC News

29May
A-levels and GCSE subjects culled

Publicado en March 29th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Ofqual sets out the range of A-levels and GCSEs that will no longer be taught amid moves to toughen examinations in England.Font: BBC News

28Apr
Homeless children at six-year high

Publicado en March 28th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

The number of children living in temporary accommodation in England is at a six-year high, according to official figures.Font: BBC News

28Apr
Rise in child mental health issues

Publicado en March 28th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

More children have mental health problems than two years ago, according to a union's survey of education staff.Font: BBC News

27Mar
Schools facing big budget cuts

Publicado en March 27th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Schools in England will have less to spend per pupil over the next five years, no matter who wins the election, according to analysis by the Institute for Fiscal Studies.Font: BBC News

27Mar
Colleges fear for adult education

Publicado en March 27th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Adult education and training in England "will not exist by 2020" if the government continues its "swathe of cuts", the Association of Colleges has warned.Font: BBC News

26Feb
Grooming bans could stop sex abuse

Publicado en March 26th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Councils in England and Wales want new powers to combat men suspected of grooming children for sex, by using Asbo-style preventative measures.Font: BBC News

26Feb
University in regulation breach

Publicado en March 26th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

The University of Buckingham breached its own regulations in an investigation into possible plagiarism, an independent inquiry has found.Font: BBC News

25Jan
Cuts hitting poor children hardest

Publicado en March 25th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Government cuts have disproportionately affected disadvantaged children, a cross-party committee of MPs says.Font: BBC News

25Jan
School stability called for by union

Publicado en March 25th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

School change obscures performance, union leader says By Judith Burns Education reporter Rapid reform has made it impossible for pupils' exam attainment to be compared from year to year, t

24Dec
Teachers to debate action over pay

Publicado en March 24th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

A teaching union generally regarded as the most moderate is to debate taking industrial action over pay, it has emerged.Font: BBC News

24Dec
Morgan rejects curriculum body plan

Publicado en March 24th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Morgan rejects heads' independent curriculum body By Sean Coughlan Education correspondent Nicky Morgan promised heads there would not be a further five years of "constant change"

23Nov
Funding crisis will harm education

Publicado en March 23rd, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Funding crisis will damage education, say head teachers By Judith Burns Education reporter Schools face having to raise class sizes and cut courses, say heads Continue reading the mai

23Nov
India arrests over school cheating

Publicado en March 23rd, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

India arrests hundreds over Bihar school cheating The images have embarrassed regional authorities in India Continue reading the main story Related Stories Five more cases of exam cheating

21Sep
Mobile phone minister halts strikes

Publicado en March 21st, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Mobile phone minister halts strikes By Sean Coughlan Education correspondent Education minister Esteban Bullrich invited teachers to call him with their complaints An

21Sep
British values tough for Ofsted

Publicado en March 21st, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

British values 'a tough call' for inspectors - Ofsted By Judith Burns Education reporter, BBC News Sean Harford says schools are on the "frontline" of ensuring society "

20Aug
Hunts innovation call for schools

Publicado en March 20th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Hunt wants overseas innovators for England's schools By Sean Coughlan Education correspondent Continue reading the main story Related Stories

20Aug
Isaac Newton royal medal discovery

Publicado en March 20th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Isaac Newton royal medal design discovery By Sean Coughlan Education correspondent The discovery shows that Sir Isaac Newton could turn his hand to design as well as science and maths

19Jul
Uni hopefuls welcome foreign students

Publicado en March 19th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Foreign students are welcome, say UK university applicants By Judith Burns Education reporter Would-be undergraduates overwhelmingly welcome the chance to study with international students, say

19Jul
Difficult climate for languages

Publicado en March 19th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

'Difficult climate' for language teaching, study finds By Patrick Howse Education reporter While almost all England's primary schools teach foreign languages, there are problems

18Jun
Teachers stress levels soaring

Publicado en March 18th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Teacher stress levels in England 'soaring', data shows By Matt Precey Producer, File on 4 Stress can have a range of different effects on a person Continue reading the main

18Jun
MPs slam Trojan Horse inquiries

Publicado en March 18th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Overlapping 'Trojan Horse' inquiries criticised by MPs By Patrick Howse Education reporter Overlapping inquiries into the Trojan Horse affair led to a "sense of confusion and cri

17May
Cambridge Mathematics one year on

Publicado en March 17th, 2016 por NewEnglishCentre

image

16 March 2016 March 2015 saw the launch of the consultation on the Cambridge Mathematics Framework by Lynne McClure, Director of Cambridge Mathematics, marking the first step of the five year Cambridge Mathematics development programme. Twelve months on and a lot has happened,

17May
Child mental health faces overhaul

Publicado en March 17th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Child mental health services 'face overhaul' By Nick Triggle Health correspondent Continue reading the main story Related Stories Menta

17May
image

16 March 2015 Teachers, academics and the wider maths community need to wrestle back ownership of the subject, Cambridge Assessment?s Group Chief Executive has told a conference about the future of maths. Simon Lebus was speaking at the launch of Cambridge Mathematics, a five

16Apr
Oxford to rule on coal investments

Publicado en March 16th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Oxford University to rule on coal investments By Roger Harrabin BBC environment analyst There has been a global divestment movement Continue reading the main st

16Apr
School fund gap costs 40 teachers

Publicado en March 16th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Funding gap 'costs poorest-funded schools 40 teachers' By Hannah Richardson BBC News education reporter Schools funding is a game of unequal numbers Continue reading the ma

15Mar
Cambridge Mathematics one year on

Publicado en March 15th, 2016 por NewEnglishCentre

image

11 March 2016 March 2015 saw the launch of the consultation on the Cambridge Mathematics Framework by Lynne McClure, Director of Cambridge Mathematics, marking the first step of the five year Cambridge Mathematics development programme. Twelve months on and a lot has happened,

14Feb
US fraternity gets death threats

Publicado en March 14th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Sigma Alpha Epsilon gets death threats after racist video Lawyer Stephen Jones did not detail the threats Continue reading the main story Related Stories US racist chant students expelled

14Feb
Mental health to get funding boost

Publicado en March 14th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Mental health care in England 'to get funding boost', Danny Alexander says Danny Alexander said improving mental health services was a key Liberal Democrat manifesto pledge Continue reading the main story Related Stories

13Jan
Housing costs trap unhappy couples

Publicado en March 13th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Housing costs blamed for unhappy relationships In 2003-04, 59% of households made up of 25- to 34-year-olds were owner occupied One in 10 UK adults feels unable to end an unhappy relationship because they cannot affor

13Jan
Cameron school in admissions row

Publicado en March 13th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Cameron school in alleged admissions breach row By Judith Burns Education reporter Grey Coat Hospital may have breached the admissions code for schools in England Continue reading the

12Dec
Celebrating a milestone in open data

Publicado en March 12th, 2016 por NewEnglishCentre

image

11 March 2016 They offer a valuable insight into the world of exams, from what subjects are being studied, at what age, and by whom, to the accuracy of forecast grades or who is getting an A* in their A Level. Today Cambridge Assessment reached a milestone with the publicatio

12Dec
Top teachers could get 2% pay rise

Publicado en March 12th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Top teachers could get 2% pay rise in new settlement Any 2% pay rises awarded by schools will be performance-based Continue reading the main story Related Stories Coalition 'at odds'

12Dec
UK universities punch above weight

Publicado en March 12th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

UK universities 'punch above weight' globally By Judith Burns Education reporter The University of Cambridge took second place in the new rankings Continue reading the main

11Nov
Government fails children in care

Publicado en March 11th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Children in care failed by government, say MPs By Judith Burns Education and family reporter Too many children in care are moved from placement to placement, say MPs Continue readi

11Nov
Camerons £15,000 for maths teachers

Publicado en March 11th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Cameron's ?15,000 for maths and science teachers By Sean Coughlan Education correspondent David Cameron will announce plans to find more science and maths teachers Continue readi

10Oct
Ofsted concerns on child social care

Publicado en March 10th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Ofsted finds authorities wanting on child social care By Patrick Howse Education reporter Ofsted found "compelling evidence" children were having to wait too long for help C

10Oct
Vulnerable children held in cells

Publicado en March 10th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Vulnerable children 'unnecessarily held in police cells' Continue reading the main story Related Stories Hundreds of children 'kept in cells'

11Nov
"Beat around the bush"

Publicado en June 11th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Phrase of the week:Beat around the bush  Hoy lunes os traemos la expresión:"Beat around the bush".For example:Stop beating around the bush and answer my question.

10Oct
image

08 June 2016 A delegation of UK politicians has visited the oldest school in the world. Members of the All Party Parliamentary China Group (APPCG) joined Michael O?Sullivan, Chief Executive of our international exam board Cambridge International Examinations, on a visit to Ch

09Sep
Childrens mental health service cut

Publicado en January 9th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

NHS spending on children's mental health services in England has fallen by more than 6% in real terms since 2010, according to official figures.Font: BBC News

09Sep
Short-term politics damages schools

Publicado en January 9th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Former Ofsted chief Sir David Bell wants to end "ridiculous" political interference Continue reading the main story Related Stories 'Corrosive politics harming schools' Effo

08Aug
Ofsted positive discrimination call

Publicado en January 8th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Sir Michael says teaching staffs should reflect the diversity of pupils Continue reading the main story Related Stories Wilshaw says schools not 'too white' Highest ever number

08Aug
Parents quit work over care costs

Publicado en January 8th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Are you a parent considering quitting work over childcare costs? You can email haveyoursay@bbc.co.uk with your experience. Please include a telephone number if you are willing to be contacted by a BBC journalist. Or comment here: H

07Jul
Schools struggle with self harm

Publicado en January 7th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Schools are struggling to cope with the number of pupils self harming, two major teaching unions say.Font: BBC News

07Jul
Childrens mental health a worry

Publicado en January 7th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Parents in the UK are more likely to worry about their children's mental well-being than any other health issue, suggests research.Font: BBC News

06Jun
image

30 December 2014 Cambridge Assessment's Group Director of Assessment Research and Development has been appointed CBE in the New Year Honours. The award recognises Tim Oates' services to Education. Tim, who chaired the 2010 National Curriculum review, has advised the UK G

05May
image

30 November 2016 Research published today by Cambridge Assessment offers a unique insight into how school students’ writing in exams has changed since 1980. Cambridge Assessment has published its Variations in Aspects of Writing study approximately every 10 years, initially

05May
image

25 November 2016 An approach used to set GCSE and A Level grade boundaries in the UK does not prevent schools from demonstrating improvement to the education watchdog Ofsted, according to research published today by Cambridge Assessment. Principal Rese

05May
Free school meals for young pupils

Publicado en January 5th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Universal benefit? Jamie McIvor, education correspondent The move enjoys broad support within Scotland but some are bound to wonder whether providing free meals to children from comfortably off families - and not just to those from families who will notice the saving - is re

05May
Cut childrens sugar, parents told

Publicado en January 5th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Parents are being encouraged to cut back on the amount of sugar they feed children as part of a new public health campaign.Font: BBC News

03Mar
Men-only relationship classes mooted

Publicado en January 3rd, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Ministers say children are better off with two parents in their lives Continue reading the main story Related Stories Parents 'tagged useless or pushy' Plans for free parenting

31Jul
No top university for many schools

Publicado en January 31st, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Private school pupils were shown to have the edge for top universities The statistics suggest the vast majority of schools and colleges in England educating pupils aged 16 to 18 saw at least some take up a place at a higher education institution. At almost 100 schools a

31Jul
RE lessons never been needed more

Publicado en January 31st, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Religious education classes 'needed' in schools The government is being urged to address a shortage of RE teachers Continue reading the main story Related Stories New RS GCSE to i

30Jun
Lack of oversight damaging schools

Publicado en January 30th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Schools damaged by lack of oversight, say MPs By Hannah Richardson BBC News education reporter Academies and free schools are more autonomous than regular state schools Continue read

30Jun
Graduate jobs benefit school-leavers

Publicado en January 30th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Leading firms will offer school-leavers more opportunities as the graduate jobs market picks up, a survey suggests.Font: BBC News

29May
League tables branded a nonsense

Publicado en January 29th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Many independent schools take IGCSEs alongside or instead of GCSES Continue reading the main story Related Stories IGCSEs to be axed from league tables Scores of England's top private seco

29May
Staff shortage at Trojan schools

Publicado en January 29th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Schools at the centre of the Trojan Horse allegations in Birmingham are struggling to recruit staff, the Chief Inspector of Schools has told MPs.Font: BBC News

28Apr
image

23 January 2015 The University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate (UCLES), now known as Cambridge Assessment, in response to requests to authenticate a candidate?s exam certificate, today said: ?We can only confirm or verify results at the direct request of or with the permission of a ca

28Apr
Norfolk schools inspections fair

Publicado en January 28th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

There is no evidence that three Norfolk academies had unfair advance notice of Ofsted inspections, an independent review has concluded.Font: BBC News

27Mar
Masked tutors boost nurse training

Publicado en January 27th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Nursing tutors at the University of Surrey are planning to make themselves unrecognisable in a bid to boost students' bedside skills.Font: BBC News

27Mar
No proof academies raise standards

Publicado en January 27th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Ofsted boss Sir Michael Wilshaw has gained powers to inspect academy chains The report highlights the Ark and Harris academy chains as examples of success. The MPs also want more clarity over funding, raising questions as to whether the Education Funding Agency can be bot

26Feb
Siblings in care forced apart

Publicado en January 26th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Over a third of children in care who have siblings are having to live apart from any of them, suggests research by a children's charity.Font: BBC News

26Feb
Ofsted to inspect academy chains

Publicado en January 26th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Sir Michael has been calling for powers to inspect academy chains Continue reading the main story Related Stories Academy chains 'should face Ofsted' Ofsted 'can inspect a

25Jan
£2.9bn child support uncollectable

Publicado en January 25th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

A single parent's story Marianne Miles despairs of the CSA ever collecting her money In 2008, Marianne Miles, from London, was made redundant from her job as a publicist. Raising her teenage son alone became a severe financial struggle. She turned to the CS

25Jan
Schools to test-run new maths GCSEs

Publicado en January 25th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

The new maths GCSEs will be taught in England from September 2015 Continue reading the main story Related Stories GCSE overhaul in England made final Students must continue key subjects

24Dec
image

21 January 2015 The Education Secretary for England Nicky Morgan MP has praised an initiative in which multimedia textbooks for a Cambridge IGCSE are published for free online.? In a keynote speech to the BETT educational technology show in London, Nicky Morgan MP had warm wor

24Dec
New imaging centre at university

Publicado en January 24th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

A new "cutting-edge" £8m microscopic imaging facility is opened at Dundee University with the goal of advancing research.Font: BBC News

23Nov
Computer time is parents bribe

Publicado en January 23rd, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Denial of screen time is now the front line of family arguments Continue reading the main story Related Stories US childhood 'safer than in 1970s' Tablet computers in '70%

23Nov
image

20 January 2015 Cambridge Assessment is taking part in the largest gathering of education and skills ministers in the world. Under the Cambridge brand, Cambridge International Examinations and Cambridge English Language Assessment and Cambridge University Press are Platinum Partners for t

22Oct
Too many youngsters off the radar

Publicado en January 22nd, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Many teenagers "simply disappear from all the relevant public systems" Continue reading the main story Related Stories Receptionists 'giving careers advice' Young pe

22Oct
Families face income stagnation

Publicado en January 22nd, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Families with children are at greater risk than any other group of having less money than they need to live on, suggests a study.Font: BBC News

21Sep
Progress main marker for primary

Publicado en January 21st, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Pupils' academic progress should be the main measure used by the government to gauge whether England's primary schools are performing well, a report says.Font: BBC News

21Sep
Tech firms support computing lessons

Publicado en January 21st, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Nicky Morgan says many future jobs will depend on digital industries Continue reading the main story Related Stories A computing revolution in schools Computer 'experts' to tra

20Aug
Inadequate free school to close

Publicado en January 20th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Gillian Hargreaves, BBC education correspondent According to Ofsted, Durham Free School has comprehensively failed in every aspect of school life, from teaching quality to pupil discipline - even though it only opened 18 months ago. This is the third free school to c

20Aug
Child protection checks blinkered

Publicado en January 20th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Ofsted needs a broader approach to inspecting child protection services, say council leadersFont: BBC News

01Jan
New rules for healthy school dinners

Publicado en January 1st, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

New rules for school meals in England come into force in the new term, restricting how often fried food can be served and promoting drinking water.Font: BBC News

01Jan
Children groomed in every town

Publicado en January 1st, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Young people are currently being groomed in "every town" in Britain, according to a charity which helps parents of sexually exploited children.Font: BBC News

19Jul
Communication is key, says Cambridge

Publicado en January 19th, 2016 por NewEnglishCentre

image

18 January 2016 Communication must be at the heart of education, the world?s largest gathering of education and skills ministers has heard. "...we should let children spend at least some of their school day in the digital space they will spend their lives in..." In

19Jul
Free online textbooks from top school

Publicado en January 19th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

A leading private school offers revision help by publishing free online textbooks to cover an entire exam course.Font: BBC News

19Jul
image

15 January 2015 Primary school teachers from Singapore have been studying the art of formative assessment on a bespoke course in Cambridge. The programme, designed by the Cambridge Assessment Network, included a review of the principles and purposes of assessment as well

17May
Trojan Horse review farcical

Publicado en January 17th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

A review into how the Department for Education dealt with concerns over extremism in Birmingham schools is 'farcical', a headteacher has told the BBC.Font: BBC News

17May
School extremism scrutiny lacking

Publicado en January 17th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

The Department for Education "has lacked inquisitiveness" on extremism in schools, an internal review launched after the "Trojan Horse" affair finds.Font: BBC News

16Apr
image

15 January 2016 Core Science was the most popular GCSE for both early entry and resits in 2014, according to research published today by Cambridge Assessment. The first report, Age distribution of GCSE candidates in England in 2014, by researcher Nadir Zanini shows how GC

16Apr
Schools to face double inspections

Publicado en January 16th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Some schools in England could be visited twice on the same day by different Ofsted inspectors to test the reliability of findings.Font: BBC News

16Apr
Record numbers graduate with firsts

Publicado en January 16th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Record numbers of UK students graduated with a top degree last summer, according to new figures.Font: BBC News

15Mar
More go missing from foster carers

Publicado en January 15th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

The foster carer takes the role of the parent There was a large increase in the instances of children going missing from foster homes last year, Ofsted statistics show. Children went missing from foster care on 13,305 occasions in 2013-14 - a 36% rise on

15Mar
Firms fail to support education

Publicado en January 15th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Santander gave the most financial support to education projects The report has been published by the Varkey Foundation, set up by the founders of the Dubai-based GEMS private school chain, with partners including Unesco. The report, claimed as the most comprehensive attem

14Feb
Campaign puts value on soft skills

Publicado en January 14th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

McDonald's is backing the campaign to value soft skills The study says that unless such skills are improved, over half a million UK workers will be "significantly held back" in their job opportunities by the end of the decade. The campaign is launching a th

13Jan
Schools face places breaking point

Publicado en January 13th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Are you a parent who is applying for a primary school place? Are you a primary school teacher? Are you concerned by the warning from the LGA? Email haveyoursay@bbc.co.uk and please leave a telephone number if you are willing to be contacted by a BBC journalist.

13Jan
Concern over campus extremism plan

Publicado en January 13th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Universities pride themselves on being arenas for free speech Continue reading the main story Related Stories Police 'tried to spy on students' Extremism advice alarms academic

12Dec
Graduate prospects at 10-year high

Publicado en January 12th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Graduate recruiters are expecting 8% more vacancies this year Continue reading the main story Related Stories Graduate jobs 'at pre-downturn peak' Undergraduates 'seek job

12Dec
Inquiry into Scots education gap

Publicado en January 12th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

An inquiry is to look into whether enough is being done to cut the gap in educational attainment between Scotland's poorest and richest pupils.Font: BBC News

11Nov
image

10 January 2017 The opportunity in change At Cambridge Assessment, our purpose is to help learners to demonstrate and fulfil their potential. As their needs evolve, so do we. Education remains a top priority for individuals and policy makers the world

10Oct
Ofsted admits reliability concerns

Publicado en January 10th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Ofsted has not done enough to ensure school inspections are reliable, one of the watchdog's directors admits.Font: BBC News

10Oct
NSPCC gives social network warning

Publicado en January 10th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

The NSPCC launches a campaign highlighting the risks of social networking, aimed at eight to 12-year-olds and their parents.Font: BBC News

08Aug
Labour pledges Sure Start boost

Publicado en February 8th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Labour pledges Sure Start centre boost Continue reading the main story Related Stories Cameron challenged on pupil funding Families hit by cuts

07Jul
Hunt: I meant no offence to nuns

Publicado en February 7th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Tristram Hunt: 'No offence' meant to nuns in TV comments Please turn on JavaScript. Media require

07Jul
Plan to cut excessive teacher work

Publicado en February 7th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Plan to cut 'excessive' teacher work announced by ministers More than half of those surveyed said excessive marking was a burden Continue reading the main story Related Stories Cleg

06Jun
Include humanism in RS GCSE course

Publicado en February 6th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Include humanism in RS GCSE, urge religious leaders By Judith Burns Education reporter, BBC News The new RS GCSE aims to prepare students better for modern life in Britain Continue

06Jun
Students face unfair course change

Publicado en February 6th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Students 'subjected to unfair course changes' By Katherine Sellgren Education reporter Students pay their institutions up to ?9,000 a year in tuition fees S

05May
Hunt promises gay bullying crackdown

Publicado en February 5th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Hunt promises plan against homophobic bullying Tristram Hunt said homophobia in schools was part of the legacy of Section 28 Continue reading the main story Related Stories 'Fewer bullie

05May
How many privately educated MPs?

Publicado en February 5th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Privately educated MP numbers 'unlikely to change after election' Continue reading the main story Related Stories Theatre looks at Commons diversity Watch

04Apr
Autism provision appeals on the rise

Publicado en February 4th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

More families appeal over autism provision By Laura Harmes BBC 5 Live The National Autistic Society says councils underestimate the impact of the disorder Continue reading the main s

04Apr
Labour warned over tuition fees cut

Publicado en February 4th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Lowering tuition fees 'implausible', say vice-chancellors Continue reading the main story Related Stories Politics Live - Campaign countdown Live

03Mar
Labour says fees cut student demand

Publicado en February 3rd, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

University places demand 'cut by fees', says Labour By Sean Coughlan Education correspondent University applications have risen, but Labour says fees have limited demand Con

03Mar
Cameron challenged on pupil funding

Publicado en February 3rd, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Cameron challenged on 'no cuts' school funding promise   By Sean Coughlan BBC News education correspondent

02Feb
University applications at record high

Publicado en February 2nd, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

University applications hit record high By Sean Coughlan BBC News education correspondent More young people are trying to get university places for the autumn Continue reading the mai

02Feb
Cameron attacks school mediocrity

Publicado en February 2nd, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Cameron attacks school 'mediocrity' By Sean Coughlan BBC News education correspondent David Cameron says he wants to challenge schools that are not rated good or outstanding by inspec

27Mar
No conclusions on Savile in schools

Publicado en February 27th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

'No conclusions' on Savile in schools The report examined a visit by Jimmy Savile to a school in 1978 Continue reading the main story Jimmy Savile and the NHS

27Mar
Labour to reveal tuition fee cut plan

Publicado en February 27th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Labour to reveal how it would fund cut in tuition fees By Sean Coughlan Education correspondent Ed Miliband will reveal how Labour would fund a reduction in tuition fees Continue read

26Feb
Radical curriculum overhaul proposed

Publicado en February 26th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Radical curriculum overhaul proposed 'Ambitious' curriculum Analysis Union reaction $render("hypertabs","hypertab");

26Feb
New commission on primary assessment

Publicado en February 26th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

New commission on primary assessment By Hannah Richardson BBC News education reporter Schools will have to work out new forms of assessment Continue reading the main story Related S

25Jan
Class design boosts pupil success

Publicado en February 25th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Well designed school classrooms 'boost academic success' By Patrick Howse Education reporter Natural light, fresh air and temperature are all vital for primary school children

25Jan
Invest in first 1,001 days, say MPs

Publicado en February 25th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Invest in children's first 1,001 days, say experts By Patrick Howse Education reporter The committee believes early years development should be given a much higher priority Cont

24Dec
Higher education warnings ignored

Publicado en February 24th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Alternative HE provision 'an abuse of public money' By Patrick Howse Education reporter About 140 "alternative providers" offer HE courses, but MPs are worried they have not

24Dec
Labour arts promise for schools

Publicado en February 24th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Labour promises more arts in school By Sean Coughlan Education correspondent Ed Miliband wants more apprenticeships in the creative industries Continue reading the main story Related

23Nov
Domestic abuse school lessons row

Publicado en February 23rd, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Shooting victim in domestic violence school lessons row By Arwyn Jones BBC Wales education correspondent

22Oct
Apprentices get exploitative wages

Publicado en February 22nd, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Apprentices get 'exploitative wages' Apprenticeships in construction, manufacturing and engineering are popular Continue reading the main story Related Stories Labour's appren

21Sep
UK online university reaches million

Publicado en February 21st, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

UK online course provider FutureLearn reaches million By Sean Coughlan Education correspondent FutureLearn is a UK challenger in the expanding online university market Continue readin

21Sep
Creativity squeezed out of schools

Publicado en February 21st, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Arts and creativity 'squeezed out of schools' The number of arts teachers in schools had fallen 11% since 2010, the report said. Continue reading the main story Related Stories Putt

20Aug
image

20 February 2015 The judgement of expert examiners should play a key role in setting grade boundaries, researchers at exam group Cambridge Assessment argue today. As the Regulator Ofqual debates how to set and maintain the standard for new GCSEs, Tom Bramley and Tom Benton ha

20Aug
Pitfalls of delayed school entry

Publicado en February 20th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Delayed school entry linked with poorer results By Judith Burns Education reporter, BBC News Children who started school later performed worse in standardised tests at the age of eight, researc

01Jan
Pupils must know times tables by 11

Publicado en February 1st, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Nicky Morgan announces 'war on illiteracy and innumeracy'   Continue reading the main story Related Stories School tables branded a 'nonsense'

01Jan
Student fury over impossible exam

Publicado en February 1st, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Student fury over 'impossible' economics exam By Judith Burns Education reporter, BBC News Students have petitioned Sheffield University to investigate the exam paper Conti

19Jul
Call for childcare costs review

Publicado en February 19th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Childcare charity urges all-party costs review By Hannah Richardson BBC News education reporter Government spending on childcare has increased in recent years Continue reading the ma

19Jul
Ucas to include European universities

Publicado en February 19th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Ucas admissions system to include European universities By Sean Coughlan Education correspondent The Dutch city of Maastricht has attracted students from the UK Continue reading the m

18Jun
Pakistan tighter school security plan

Publicado en February 18th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Gordon Brown proposes Pakistan school security plan By Sean Coughlan Education correspondent There have been more than a thousand school attacks in the Peshawar region, says the UN envoy

18Jun
How teacher brains detect confusion

Publicado en February 18th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Where teachers' brains detect student confusion By Patrick Howse Education reporter Researchers say the study could eventually help teachers guide the learning of their pupils Co

17May
Fear over uni funding leaving Wales

Publicado en February 17th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

HEFCW: Fear universities could fall behind over funding By Arwyn Jones BBC Wales education correspondent

17May
MPs call for primary sex education

Publicado en February 17th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Primary pupils need sex-and-relationships education, say MPs   By Judith Burns Education reporter, BBC News MPs say there is overwhelming support from pupils, teachers and pare

16Apr
Dancing scientist in teacher prize

Publicado en February 16th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Dancing scientist in final of global teaching prize By Sean Coughlan Education correspondent

16Apr
Row over teacher numbers research

Publicado en February 16th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Cosla and EIS clash over teacher numbers Continue reading the main story Related Stories 'Revisit' of council funding urged Scottish

15Mar
School limits girls to knitting

Publicado en February 15th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Luton Rabia School 'undermining British values' in treatment of girls Rabia Girls and Boys School was found to be "inadequate" in May 2014 Continue reading the main story Related Stories

15Mar
UK teacher in final for $1m prize

Publicado en February 15th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

UK finalist in $1m global teacher prize By Sean Coughlan Education correspondent Richard Spencer is the remaining UK entry in the Global Teacher Prize A science teach

14Feb
image

13 February 2015 Successive governments in the UK have tried but failed to tackle fundamental problems in maths education, Cambridge argues today. Now a cross-University task force headed up by renowned maths educator Lynne McClure has been established to get to grips with the challenge. The C

14Feb
Labour would protect schools funding

Publicado en February 14th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Labour would protect education funding - Miliband   Continue reading the main story Related Stories How many pupils in classes over 30?


Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 150 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 150 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 150 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 150 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 150 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 150 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 150 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 150 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 150 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 150 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 150 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseCharRef: missing semicolon in Entity, line: 150 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseCharRef: invalid xmlChar value 0 in Entity, line: 150 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 150 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 150 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 150 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 150 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 150 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 150 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 150 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 150 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 150 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 150 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 223 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 223 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 223 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 223 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 223 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 223 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 223 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 223 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 223 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 223 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 223 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseCharRef: missing semicolon in Entity, line: 223 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseCharRef: invalid xmlChar value 0 in Entity, line: 223 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 223 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 223 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 223 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 223 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 223 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 223 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 223 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 223 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 223 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 223 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 297 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 297 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 297 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 297 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 297 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 297 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 297 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 297 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 297 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 297 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 297 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseCharRef: missing semicolon in Entity, line: 297 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseCharRef: invalid xmlChar value 0 in Entity, line: 297 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 297 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 297 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 297 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 297 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 297 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 297 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 297 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 297 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 297 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 297 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20
13Jan
Pupils not offered vital GCSEs

Publicado en February 13th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Pupils in some areas are not offered 'vital' GCSEs'   By Sean Coughlan and John Walton BBC News The research shows pupils in some areas do not have access to imp

13Jan
Social problems cost £17bn a year

Publicado en February 13th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Children's social problems 'cost ?17bn a year' By Judith Burns Education and family reporter, BBC News Making families wait until their problems are hard to solve is ineffective

12Dec
Labour pledges infant class size cap

Publicado en February 12th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Labour to cap infant class sizes at 30 in England   Labour says the number of infants being taught in classes of more than 30 has trebled Continue reading the main story Related Stories

12Dec
Muslim pupils double since 2001

Publicado en February 12th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Muslim pupil numbers in England and Wales double since 2001 Continue reading the main story Related Stories England and Wales population up The number


Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 150 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 150 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 150 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 150 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 150 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 150 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 150 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 150 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 150 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 150 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 150 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseCharRef: missing semicolon in Entity, line: 150 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseCharRef: invalid xmlChar value 0 in Entity, line: 150 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 150 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 150 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 150 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 150 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 150 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 150 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 150 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 150 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 150 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 150 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 223 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 223 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 223 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 223 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 223 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 223 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 223 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 223 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 223 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 223 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 223 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseCharRef: missing semicolon in Entity, line: 223 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseCharRef: invalid xmlChar value 0 in Entity, line: 223 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 223 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 223 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 223 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 223 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 223 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 223 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 223 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 223 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 223 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 223 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 297 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 297 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 297 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 297 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 297 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 297 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 297 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 297 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 297 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 297 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 297 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseCharRef: missing semicolon in Entity, line: 297 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseCharRef: invalid xmlChar value 0 in Entity, line: 297 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 297 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 297 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 297 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 297 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 297 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 297 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 297 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 297 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: no name in Entity, line: 297 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20

Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseEntityRef: expecting ';' in Entity, line: 297 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20
11Nov
GCSE subject desert in some areas

Publicado en February 11th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

GCSE 'subject desert' in some parts of England   By Sean Coughlan and John Walton BBC News The research shows pupils in some areas do not have access to important sub

11Nov
Gap in school governor records

Publicado en February 11th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

'Gap' in school governor records By Sean Coughlan Education correspondent School governors are meant to hold schools to account, but governing bodies have come under scrutiny

10Oct
Labour pledges new kinship rights

Publicado en February 10th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Labour pledges new 'kinship' rights to support children By Patrick Howse Education reporter Labour says it will help children who have had "traumatic experiences" in their l

10Oct
Many children taking risks online

Publicado en February 10th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Many 'children taking risks online' Girls are more likely to use the internet for socialising than boys More than half of children in the UK (57%) have done something "risky" or anti-social online,

09Sep
New grammar bid nears approval

Publicado en December 9th, 2014 por NewEnglishCentre

image

A bid by a Kent grammar to open a satellite school is nearing approval with the education secretary expected to grant permission, it has emerged.Font: BBC News

09Sep
College of Teaching to raise status

Publicado en December 9th, 2014 por NewEnglishCentre

image

The professional college for teachers is expected to open in the next two years Continue reading the main story Related Stories College of Teaching 'standards' plan Royal Colle

08Aug
Pay benefits faster to cut hunger

Publicado en December 8th, 2014 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Have you made use of food banks or do you help staff a food bank? What do you think of the findings of the inquiry? You can share your experiences by emailing haveyoursay@bbc.co.uk. If you are willing to talk to a BBC journalist, please include a contact number.

08Aug
Maths and science Camerons priority

Publicado en December 8th, 2014 por NewEnglishCentre

image

David Cameron is supporting the Hour of Code computer coding project Continue reading the main story Related Stories Search for teachers 'may go abroad' Chinese maths teachers

06Jun
Tablet computers in 70% of schools

Publicado en December 6th, 2014 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Tablet computers have become more popular within education Almost 70% of primary and secondary schools in the UK now use tablet computers, according to research. But the study says there is no clear evidence of academic improvement for pupils using tablet

05May
Call for Ofsted to grade curriculum

Publicado en December 5th, 2014 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Pupils have a right to study a broad range of subjects Continue reading the main story Related Stories 'Extremist risk' at Muslim schools School inspections more frequent

05May
Councils say academies bill unfair

Publicado en December 5th, 2014 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Council tax payers in England have had to pay millions of pounds in costs for schools to convert to academy status since 2011, research suggests.Font: BBC News

04Apr
Postgraduate student £10,000 loans

Publicado en December 4th, 2014 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Postgraduate loans of up to £10,000 for under 30-year-olds have been announced, expected to benefit 40,000 studentsFont: BBC News

04Apr
New science A-levels are on track

Publicado en December 4th, 2014 por NewEnglishCentre

image

New science A-levels being taught in England's schools from September 2015 will not be delayed, Education Secretary Nicky Morgan has stressed.Font: BBC News


Warning: DOMDocument::loadHTML(): htmlParseStartTag: invalid element name in Entity, line: 53 in /var/www/newenglishcentre-new/www/views/news.inc.php on line 20
03Mar
image

02 December 2015 // Domready Option var addthisScript = document.createElement('script'); addthisScript.setAttribute('src', '//s7.addthis.com/js/300/addthis_widget.js#domready=1') document.body.appendChild(addthisScript) // Using do

03Mar
New maths A-level delayed by a year

Publicado en December 3rd, 2014 por NewEnglishCentre

image

The introduction of new maths AS and A-levels will be delayed by a year until September 2017, says the government.Font: BBC News

03Mar
Hopes for postgraduate loans plan

Publicado en December 3rd, 2014 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Universities welcome suggestions that postgraduate student loans will be included in the chancellor's Autumn Statement.Font: BBC News

31Jul
Thatcher explored education overhaul

Publicado en December 31st, 2014 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Margaret Thatcher explored plans to overhaul the structure of English education when she was PM, files released by the National Archives show.Font: BBC News

31Jul
MBE for volunteer maths teacher

Publicado en December 31st, 2014 por NewEnglishCentre

image

In total some 10% of the honours are for work in education with three head teachers receiving knighthoods or damehoods. They are Oremi Evans, of Brookfield School and Specialist College, Herefordshire, the only special school rated outstanding by Ofsted three

30Jun
Childcare costs cancel out wages

Publicado en December 30th, 2014 por NewEnglishCentre

image

One in 10 UK families see one earner's wages used solely to cover childcare and commuting costs, research by insurer Aviva suggests.Font: BBC News

30Jun
Youth vote key to election win

Publicado en December 30th, 2014 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Up to three million young people are yet to decide how to vote in the general election, and this could be key to who wins, a think tank says.Font: BBC News

02Feb
Private colleges £5m funding error

Publicado en December 2nd, 2014 por NewEnglishCentre

image

There are warnings about false claims for student support The public spending watchdog has warned of a lack of funding controls for overseas students at private colleges, with £5m paid to ineligible students. The National Audit Office investigated a surge

02Feb
Students could swing 2015 election

Publicado en December 2nd, 2014 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Students could tip the balance of power at the next general election, suggests research.Font: BBC News

24Dec
Chef Pascale given new fostering post

Publicado en December 24th, 2014 por NewEnglishCentre

image

TV chef Lorraine Pascale is to become the government's first fostering ambassador, the Department for Education says.Font: BBC News

24Dec
US childhood safer than in 1970s

Publicado en December 24th, 2014 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Children are safer, but are more likely to stay inside playing on a computer Continue reading the main story Related Stories Have the Danes cracked childhood obesity? Large numbers repor

23Nov
Pakistan arrests over school attack

Publicado en December 23rd, 2014 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Pakistan's interior minister says police have arrested several suspects in connection with last week's massacre at a school in Peshawar.Font: BBC News

23Nov
May targets student visa abuse

Publicado en December 23rd, 2014 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Home Secretary Theresa May backs a plan that would force foreign students to leave the UK after their university courses, in a bid to curb illegal immigration.Font: BBC News

20Aug
Statistics watchdog ticks off Morgan

Publicado en December 20th, 2014 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Nicky Morgan said she was quoting statistics showing 64% of pupils reached the expected level in the Three Rs. Continue reading the main story Related Stories Poorest pupils jump in three Rs test

01Jan
Childcare costs a route to poverty

Publicado en December 1st, 2014 por NewEnglishCentre

image

The cost of childcare in Scotland is a "route to in-work poverty" for many parents, according to a report.Font: BBC News

19Jul
Cambridge-Macedonia partnership blooms

Publicado en December 19th, 2014 por NewEnglishCentre

image

16 December 2014 Michael O?Sullivan, the Chief Executive of our international exam board Cambridge International Examinations, has visited Macedonia to launch the second phase of its work with the Ministry of Education and Science and the Education Development Bureau in Macedo

19Jul
Record 500,000 started university

Publicado en December 19th, 2014 por NewEnglishCentre

image

The gap between entry rates for rich and poor students has narrowed The Ucas figures suggest women are much more likely to enter university than men. This applies to both rich and poor families and across almost all regions. According to Ucas, two decades ago there was no

18Jun
Free school meals for 85% infants

Publicado en December 18th, 2014 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Pupil premium funding is worth ?953 per child in primary school Continue reading the main story Related Stories Heads fear free school meal cash loss Free lunch for all at infant schools

18Jun
London overtaking Oxbridge domination

Publicado en December 18th, 2014 por NewEnglishCentre

image

A major analysis of research quality, which will decide £2bn annual funding, suggests that London universities could soon "eclipse" Oxford and Cambridge.Font: BBC News

17May
Roma pupils need more support

Publicado en December 17th, 2014 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Children from Roma backgrounds in England's schools must be better supported to learn and achieve, a report by the watchdog Ofsted says.Font: BBC News

17May
Pakistan mourns its school dead

Publicado en December 17th, 2014 por NewEnglishCentre

image

At the scene: Mishal Husain, BBC News It is a very eerie atmosphere. These are premises that should be alive at a time of day like this to the sound of hundreds of children who studied here and began school as normal yesterday. But it is desolate today. The army has been wo

16Apr
Councils turn homeless teens away

Publicado en December 16th, 2014 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Homeless unaccompanied children should be taken into care by law Continue reading the main story Related Stories Young homeless 'underestimated' Teenage runaways 'lack ref

16Apr
Hague backs UK university soft power

Publicado en December 16th, 2014 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Baroness Scotland said the university valued openness and inclusivity "We cannot take for granted the progress of those values. We've seen the rise of autocratic capitalism, rather than open markets and democratic societies - sometimes rather kleptocratic capitalism.

15Mar
Pupil trips up education secretary

Publicado en December 15th, 2014 por NewEnglishCentre

image

The education secretary did not want to answer a maths question on air Education Secretary Nicky Morgan has been wrong-footed by a 10-year-old interviewer with a secondary school maths question. She was asked the cube root of 125 by pupil Leon Remphry duri

14Feb
image

05 November 2014 A partnership designed to set a new standard in digital education has been launched by Cambridge Assessment's Group Chief Executive Simon Lebus in China. Cambridge Assessment and Cambridge University Press have joined forces with Beijing-based educational technology firm

13Jan
Poorest pupils jump in three Rs test

Publicado en December 13th, 2014 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Primary school performance data show that England's poorest pupils are catching up with their wealthier peers after intense efforts to raise standards.Font: BBC News

13Jan
More grades changed after challenges

Publicado en December 13th, 2014 por NewEnglishCentre

image

There has been a steep rise in the number of GCSE and A-Level grades changed after schools challenged the results.Font: BBC News

12Dec
New research shows why textbooks count

Publicado en December 12th, 2014 por NewEnglishCentre

image

20 November 2014 England needs to restore the primacy of ?real? textbooks in order to reach international standards of education, Cambridge Assessment?s Group Director of Assessment Research and Development has said.? In a paper published to coincide with a conference held by the Publishe

11Nov
Research reveals who is getting A*s

Publicado en December 11th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

10 December 2015 As part of our commitment to transparency and access to examinations data, Cambridge Assessment today publishes a statistics report on Candidates Awarded the A* Grade at A Level in 2014. The report is part of a statistical series which provides information ab

11Nov
UK families long homework hours

Publicado en December 11th, 2014 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Teenagers in the UK get more homework than in many European countries Continue reading the main story Related Stories Fine 'bad parents', says Ofsted boss Internet gap 'hi

11Nov
Poorest pupils jump in three Rs test

Publicado en December 11th, 2014 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Primary school performance data show that England's poorest pupils are catching up with their wealthier peers after intense efforts to raise standards.Font: BBC News

11Nov
Pupil trips up education secretary

Publicado en December 11th, 2014 por NewEnglishCentre

image

The education secretary did not want to answer a maths question on air Education Secretary Nicky Morgan has been wrong-footed by a 10-year-old interviewer with a secondary school maths question. She was asked the cube root of 125 by pupil Leon Remphry duri

10Oct
Ofsted warning on secondary schools

Publicado en December 10th, 2014 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Sir Michael: "Most people recognise that school autonomy is a good thing." Continue reading the main story Related Stories How many good schools are there really? Schools need

09Sep
Labour vow on school careers advice

Publicado en April 9th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Teenagers will be guaranteed face-to-face individual careers advice if Labour forms the next government, according to the party's education manifesto.Font: BBC News

09Sep
Global education targets missed

Publicado en April 9th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

The promise that all children globally would have primary education by 2015, pledged by world leaders in 2000, has officially not been achieved.Font: BBC News

08Aug
image

06 April 2016 On 28 April 2016 Tim Oates CBE, Group Director for Assessment Research and Development at Cambridge Assessment, will launch the ?Cambridge Approach to Textbooks?. This set of criteria is in direct response to his identification of "England?s need to restore the p

08Aug
Archaeologists in Iraq defy militants

Publicado en April 8th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Archaeologists from the UK have been making "significant discoveries" in Iraq, while Islamic State fighters have been bulldozing historic Assyrian sites.Font: BBC News

08Aug
Tory resit plan for poor Sats results

Publicado en April 8th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Pupils in England with poor Sats results at the end of primary school will face a resit in secondary school if the Tories form the next government.Font: BBC News

07Jul
Teachers back strike vote on funding

Publicado en April 7th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

The NUT conference votes for a strike ballot over threats to school funding which they warn will mean the loss of teaching postsFont: BBC News

07Jul
Teachers made to police extremism

Publicado en April 7th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

The NUT conference hears warnings that teachers are fearful of debating controversial issues, such as Islamist extremismFont: BBC News

04Apr
Teachers warn of unqualified staff

Publicado en April 4th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Teachers' unions and political parties are divided over the use of unqualified teachers in schools.Font: BBC News

04Apr
Teachers boycott violent pupils

Publicado en April 4th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Pupils have been so violent or disruptive that on eight occasions last year teachers held a ballot to refuse to teach them.Font: BBC News

03Mar
Lack of school places tipping point

Publicado en April 3rd, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Councils are warning that two in five councils will not have enough primary school places by next year.Font: BBC News

03Mar
Heads not counter-terror experts

Publicado en April 3rd, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Head teachers say they cannot be expected to "conduct surveillance" on young people, after warnings that more might travel to Syria during the school holidays.Font: BBC News

30Jun
image

29 April 2016 Publishers have been praised for the "remarkable speed" in which they have responded to a call to restore high-quality textbooks in England's classrooms. Launching The Cambridge Approach to Textbooks, a set of principles for designing high-quality textbooks and

30Jun
Rate schools on long-term results

Publicado en April 30th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

An exam board says schools in England should be judged by five years' worth of results rather than just one.Font: BBC News

30Jun
image

29 April 2015 Schools should be judged by their results over a period of at least five years rather than condemned by one year?s performance, Cambridge Assessment says today. Group Director of Assessment Research and Development Tim Oates says that new research by his department has implicatio

02Feb
Social media teacher abuse rising

Publicado en April 2nd, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

The NASUWT teaching union says an increasing number of teachers are facing abuse on social media, not only from pupils but also parents.Font: BBC News

02Feb
Cuts damage special needs support

Publicado en April 2nd, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Special needs provision in England has been "drastically damaged" by funding cuts, the leader of a teachers union has argued.Font: BBC News

29May
Top quality care urged for youngest

Publicado en April 29th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

The next government should focus on the quality of care and education received by young children, say campaigners.Font: BBC News

29May
Ofsted harms childrens services

Publicado en April 29th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Ofsted inspections of children's services are outdated and do not always protect vulnerable children, according to a new report.Font: BBC News

28Apr
Top teachers pay freeze unfair

Publicado en April 28th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Plans to freeze senior teachers' pay "arbitrarily discriminate" against school leaders, according to the head teachers' union ASCL.Font: BBC News

28Apr
Bank fines to fund apprenticeships

Publicado en April 28th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

The Conservatives will use fines imposed on Deutsche Bank for its involvement in Libor rate-fixing to fund 50,000 apprenticeships, David Cameron will say.Font: BBC News

26Feb
Pupils sent to Sikh school in shortage

Publicado en April 26th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

More than 20 pupils have been allocated to a Sikh-ethos free school in Leeds that they did not choose, amid a squeeze on places.Font: BBC News

25Jan
Railway rules thwart student adverts

Publicado en April 25th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Student posters calling MPs who broke their 2010 tuition fee promise "liars" have been removed from railway stations in England.Font: BBC News

24Dec
Magna Carta copy for every UK school

Publicado en April 24th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Every state primary school in the UK is to be sent a copy of Magna Carta to help pupils learn how the document forms the basis of many modern freedoms.Font: BBC News

24Dec
Exam board investigates question leak

Publicado en April 24th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

A UK exam board says some overseas students taking an IGCSE exam last week knew in advance what questions they would face.Font: BBC News

23Nov
Drugs seized from hundreds of pupils

Publicado en April 23rd, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Hundreds of school children, among them a pupil of only eight, have been caught with drugs on school premises, new figures reveal.Font: BBC News

23Nov
Warning on loss of part-time students

Publicado en April 23rd, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

The fall in part-time students in the UK means lost opportunities for individuals and the economy, the new head of the Open University warns.Font: BBC News

22Oct
image

21 April 2015 Cambridge Assessment's English language arm has been awarded the Queen?s Award for Enterprise in the international trade category. Now in their fiftieth year, the UK?s most prestigious business awards are made by Her Majesty the Queen every year to recognise successful British co

22Oct
Twitter cracks down on cyber-abuse

Publicado en April 22nd, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Twitter says it will take action against a wider range of violent threats as part of new efforts to tackle abuse on its platform.Font: BBC News

21Sep
Language school ditches Isis name

Publicado en April 21st, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

A UK English language school and education group, called Isis, is having to change its name because of the associations with the extremist group.Font: BBC News

21Sep
image

20 February 2015 The judgement of expert examiners should play a key role in setting grade boundaries, researchers at exam group Cambridge Assessment argue today. As the Regulator Ofqual debates how to set and maintain the standard for new GCSEs, Tom Bramley and Tom Benton ha

20Aug
image

19 April 2016 // Domready Option var addthisScript = document.createElement('script'); addthisScript.setAttribute('src', '//s7.addthis.com/js/300/addthis_widget.js#domready=1') document.body.appendChild(addthisScript) // Using domre

20Aug
Rise in emotional issues for girls

Publicado en April 20th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

The number of schoolgirls at risk of emotional problems has risen sharply in the last five years, a study suggests.Font: BBC News

01Jan
Poorer childrens brains smaller

Publicado en April 1st, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Poorer children 'have smaller brains' than their more prosperous counterparts, researchers from California have found.Font: BBC News

01Jan
More teachers leave in first year

Publicado en April 1st, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Rising numbers of new teachers are leaving the profession within a year of qualifying, says a teachers' union leader.Font: BBC News

18Jun
Trainee teachers being deterred

Publicado en April 18th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

A heads' leader says would-be teachers are being put off by a complexity of routes into the profession.Font: BBC News

18Jun
US schools seek Apple iPad refunds

Publicado en April 18th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Schools in Los Angeles seek refunds from Apple and others over a $1.3bn (£870m) iPad-based education project that has gone awry.Font: BBC News

17May
Strike ballot on university job cuts

Publicado en April 17th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Staff at the University of Surrey are being balloted on industrial action in a row over job losses.Font: BBC News

17May
Children put off sport by parents

Publicado en April 17th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Children as young as eight are being put off sport by the behaviour of their parents, a new study has found.Font: BBC News

16Apr
Primary places revealed amid squeeze

Publicado en April 16th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

More than half a million families are discovering which primary schools their children will attend, amid a growing places squeeze in parts of England.Font: BBC News

16Apr
Teach children about sex abuse

Publicado en April 16th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Primary school-aged children in the UK need more education on how to avoid sexual abuse, according to a leading researcher.Font: BBC News

15Mar
University of Arts sit-in ends

Publicado en April 15th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Students occupying part of University of the Arts, London, have been instructed to end their four week sit-in by the High Court.Font: BBC News

15Mar
Jail for cheating Atlanta teachers

Publicado en April 15th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

School officials in Atlanta have received prison sentences following convictions for participating in a conspiracy to change test answers.Font: BBC News

14Feb
Abducted Nigerian girls seen alive

Publicado en April 14th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

More than 50 of the girls abducted by militant Islamists in Nigeria last year were seen alive three weeks ago, a woman tells the BBC.Font: BBC News

14Feb
French exams kick out les cliches

Publicado en April 14th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

An exam board wants French exams to ditch dated vocabulary and talk about tattoos and festivals rather than trips to the seaside.Font: BBC News

13Jan
UK university leaders lobby Brussels

Publicado en April 13th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

More than 50 UK university leaders will travel to Brussels on Monday to lobby European policymakers against possible cuts to research funding.Font: BBC News

11Nov
New GCSE tests could be compulsory

Publicado en April 11th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

New National Reference Tests to help set GCSE grade boundaries could be made compulsory for thousands of pupils in England.Font: BBC News

11Nov
Akram Khan attacks UK dance training

Publicado en April 11th, 2015 por NewEnglishCentre

image

Leading choreographers including Akram Khan say UK contemporary dance training is "an obstacle", leaving dancers less equipped than students trained internationally.Font: BBC News