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Children in England to be taught CPR and aid for common injuries

Secondary school pupils to learn life-saving skills and defibrillator use from 2020 in roll-out of government plans Children will be taught basic lifesaving skills under government plans for health education to be provided in every school. Under the proposals all

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NI students in limbo over Irish tuition fees

Northern Ireland pupils applying to start university in the Republic of Ireland this year still do not know how much they will pay in tuition fees. That is because it is still not clear if they will be treated as

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Buy Case Study Online: The Pros and Cons of Turning to Custom Services

The performance of academic papers is actually complex. There is a rich diversity of them. In addition, you have to deal with lots of different academic papers and topics. Thus, many students from all corners of the globe want to

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Secret Teacher: why can’t my school just trust us to do our job?

Strict directives and endless inspections add strain to an already stressful role and rob us of any autonomy. This must stop When I started my career in teaching, I was encouraged to be creative and experiment. I loved that freedom

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The Sydney high school built three years ago that is already full

One of Sydney’s newest schools, The Ponds High, is full just three years after it was built and before it even has years 11 and 12, prompting concerns that the NSW Department of Education has underestimated swelling enrolments in public

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Sam Gyimah is new universities minister, replacing Jo Johnson

Who is the new man in charge of higher education in England? Sam Gyimah has been made Universities and Science Minister for England in Theresa May’s government reshuffle. Mr Gyimah’s role straddles the Department for Education and the Department for

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Secondary school starters ‘unprepared’ for social media

Children need help to navigate social media once they leave primary school, England’s children’s commissioner says. Do young people agree? England’s children’s commissioner says children need help to navigate social media once they move up to secondary school. Do young

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Scottish universities attack ‘immoral’ essay cheat companies

COMPANIES that sells plagiarised essays to students are “immoral”, Scottish universities have said. Universities Scotland, which represents the sector, called for a clampdown on so-called “essay mills”. Last year it emerged that more than 20,000 students are buying professionally-written essays

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White working-class boys should be more aspirational, says Labour minister

Shadow education secretary Angela Rayner says focus on girls and minority ethnic groups has had ‘negative impact’ on others White working-class children should be motivated to become more aspirational in schools and “push themselves” the way those from other backgrounds

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Liberia’s big school experiment

  Liberia, which elected a new president last week, has among the highest percentage of out-of-school primary children in the world. In a bid to improve the availability and quality of schools, the West African country has been carrying out

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