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Grammar Schools Archive

‘Why Labour should end the grammar school system’

If Labour truly wants to smash the class ceiling, it should tackle the inherent unfairness of selective schools, says this MAT chief

Latest Ofsted report and rating for Bingley Grammar School

ONE of the Bradford district's biggest schools "continues to be good" according to its latest Ofsted report. 

Bradford Grammar: “My daughter’s regained her love of school”

Every summer the Bradford Grammar Junior School buddies get to work, scribbling words of welcome onto their postcards before they’re posted off to their eager recipients.

Colchester Royal Grammar School bans beards and facial hair

PUPILS are furious after a school banned beards and facial hair in its strict behaviour policy.

Medway Test results released, with 847 students eligible for grammar school places

This year 3,906 children took the test, which is designed to select students to attend grammar school, including 2,034 pupils from the Towns.

Editorial: Grammar school system lets Northern Ireland sidestep the VAT private school fees row in England

​​A major political row about education is brewing on the mainland, and is set to last until next year's general election and beyond.

Labour’s tax plans fuel demand for homes near grammar schools

With the party seeking to levy VAT on school fees, savvy parents are moving into grammar catchment areas

Ministers intervene to delay grammar schools expansion plan

Council says changes will pave way to admit more pupils into its selective schools

Grammar school inclusion plan had little impact, DfE admits

Government tells selective schools to 'challenge themselves to do more' as proportion of poorer pupils rises by just 0.7%

Number of non-Kent children offered grammar school places revealed with Dartford Grammar School ranking top

The number of pupils who were offered a grammar school place while living outside the county has been revealed.

Podcast: The rise of AI – how global schools respond

The education chief for Globeducate joins the Tes International Podcast to explain how he’s leading the group’s 50-plus schools around the world in navigating the rapid...

Human teaching must be at ‘heart of schools’ amid concerns over artificial intelligence, a headteacher says

TEACHER-led education must be at the “heart of schools amid concerns over invidious and dangerous” artificial intelligence (AI), a head teacher warned today.