Jonathan Swift

Rising Stars publishes free new curriculum Progression Frameworks for primary schools

To support schools through the Government’s removal of assessment levels, Rising Stars has released complete new curriculum Progression Frameworks for English, maths and science. These frameworks are available to schools free of charge, and allow teachers to track pupil progress against the new National Curriculum for Years 1 to 6. …

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Groundbreaking project sees Myanmar welcome foreign teacher trainers

Leading international development charity Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO) is sending volunteer teacher trainers to Myanmar throughout August and September, marking a historic moment between Myanmar and the UK. The initiative is being undertaken in partnership with the British Council, as part of a British Council -DFID funded project, to help …

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UK schools on a mission for Red Nose Day 2015

Red Nose Day is back on Friday 13th March 2015 and thousands of UK schools are on a mission to raise as much money as possible to help get children in Africa into education and learning. And this year’s campaign is set to be bigger than ever before because all …

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Changes to the system but national results remain stable

Provisional results for this year’s A level and AS qualifications have been published today by the Joint Council for QualificationsCIC. Results remain relatively stable at a national level, with the proportion of A* grades awarded rising 0.6 percentage points to 8.2 per cent of all awards. There is a slight …

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