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The Evolution of Maths: A Very Brief History of Finance

Finance jobs can seem a bit confusing, so we’ve put together a quick guide to the industry’s history. We’ve also outlined some of the key …

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Lessons for life, not just for school

Citizenship has been a statutory subject for all KS3 and KS4 students in England for years, but the content it is required to cover seems …

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Year 7-9 Content

KS3 students are expected to learn more independently and at a faster pace. They should become fluent in the fundamentals of Algebra, maths, etc learn …

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How schooling in the UK compares to top performing countries such as Finland and South Korea

How schooling in the UK compares to top-performing countries such as Finland and South Korea  When the OECD’s Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) was first introduced …

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The pressure on 18 year olds to apply for university

The pressure on 18-year-olds to apply for university when it may not suit their career needs – would pursue a trade be better?  Recently, thousands …

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What impact will Brexit have on the education system and the recruitment of teachers?

What impact will Brexit have on the department of Education system and the recruitment of teachers?  A significant proportion of teachers are worried about the …

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How is government responding to increase in pupil numbers?

How is the Government responding to an increase in Secondary/Primary School pupil numbers?    Back in July, the UK Government published its latest national pupil projections. It suggested that …

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Sunday Times Good University Guide 2018

The Times and the Sunday Times published their combined Good University Guide 2018 at the end of last month. Cambridge and Oxford once more filled the top two spots, with Cambridge …

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What do budget cuts mean for pupils and teachers?

Last month, Education Secretary Justine Greening confirmed details of the National Funding Formula for schools and repeated a pledge to allocate schools an additional £1.3bn …

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