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AI trend drives rise in students wanting to study computing

School-leavers are choosing computing courses in record numbers, according to the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS).

Languages and creative arts losing favour with GCSE and A-level students

More vocational subjects such as computing and business preferred by those studying in England

Teen working twice as hard to sit GCSEs and Ukrainian equivalent at the same time

Thousands of Year 11 pupils started their GCSE exams in the North East this week after two years of hard work, and the next month will...

Number of ‘severely absent’ pupils up 50%

The number of children absent from school for long periods has continued to rise to record levels, according to the latest figures.

Southend and Westcliff grammar schools plan to expand sixth forms

TWO south Essex grammar schools are looking to expand their sixth forms to create more than 100 new places for teenagers.

Altrincham Grammar School for Boys approaches £1m target for sports facilities

Altrincham Grammar School for Boys (AGSB) is well on the way to its target as it attempts to raise one million pounds for sports facilities.

Dunoon Grammar crowned World’s Best School for Community Collaboration

Dame Emma Thompson congratulates UK’s Dunoon Grammar School on winning inaugural World’s Best School Prize for Community Collaboration

What do voters think of grammar schools?

Polling on public support for academic selection and the expansion of grammar schools.

The best places to live with top secondary schools in the UK – and where teenagers won’t get bored

These are the best places to buy a home in England if you are planning a move with older children and need access to good schools

Predicted grades for 11-plus exams ‘not workable’

USING predicted grades and scrapping 11-plus exams this year would be unworkable and opposed by schools, assembly members have been told. The two groups who operate...