The headteacher of a primary school in central London has received support from parents after being criticized for introducing a new measure that requires children to walk around with their hands clasped behind their backs. The “university walk” measure had …Read more
The University of Birmingham has made history as the first higher education establishment to revise entry criteria for the coming academic year. The move comes in response to the disruption to A-level studies wrought by the Covid-19 pandemic, and marks …Read more
A team of scientists has made an announcement regarding the 207-year-old whaling vessel that had sunk in the Gulf of Mexico. The discovery reveals new insights into the lives of African enslaved people and Native Americans who were an essential …Read more
The English government has decided to undertake a review of both provision and funding for special needs education following concerns expressed by families and school authorities about the difficulties they have experienced under the current system of governance, as well …Read more
Ofsted has identified that prison education falls short of meeting the requirements of long-term convicts. While most prisons run classes for detainees who are serving sentences of a year or less, very few establishments offer learning strategies for those incarcerated …Read more
I, like John Harris, attended a comprehensive school before going on to study at Oxbridge, and my experience was strikingly similar to his. The ramifications of this educational hierarchy are becoming increasingly evident in society.
I find it extremely perplexing …Read more
A young university student has recently passed away due to a surge that occurred outside of a nightclub, which resulted in Burt sustaining a serious head injury. She was in her first year at Durham University and was described as …Read more
The baccalaureate, an exam that marks the end of 12 years of schooling for French students, is set to reveal results to over 615,000 individuals on Friday. The exam was created by Napoleon in 1808 and was at first only …Read more
For students with Tourette syndrome, fitting in at university is anything but easy. In addition to the usual anxieties that university brings, students with Tourette’s must also contend with motor and vocal "tics," such as coughs, twitches, and word phrases. …Read more
When in need of more money, asking your parents is comparable to arranging an overdraft. Your initial efforts would typically involve phone calls, followed by letters, and ultimately, a face-to-face encounter if those attempts fail.
Similar to banks, parents are …Read more