sir michael wilshaw
Christians in the UK must stand up for their faith, the chief inspector of schools has urged. Sir Michael Wilshaw said that
Schools that allow pupils to wear face veils could be ruled "inadequate," according to the head of Ofsted. The chief inspector
Parents who take their children out of school for term-time holidays should face larger fines, says Ofsted's chief inspector
Excitement really has started to kick on apprenticeships lately and it's starting to look encouraging - we might even get it onto the election agenda as a policy!
White working class underachievement is not simply about individual families. We must recognise the marginalisation that many communities are experiencing. Until we do this, the cycle of underachievement will continue; most importantly, the blame-game will not help the very children who we want to support to succeed.
When Sir Michael Wilshaw, then the fresh-faced new head of Ofsted, met the headteacher of the first school in the country
Helping the most vulnerable children is a daunting and complex task, and there will be disagreements about how to do it. But to move forward we need to keep the child at the centre, build on the progress children's centres have made and use it to make sure all children get the best start in life, healthy and supported at home.
Here are the five things you need to know on Sunday 26 January 2014... 1) WE'RE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER George Osborne may have
The answer seems like a straight-forward one to state but difficult to achieve, what we need is a multifaceted approach. Better teachers are not the only solution. We need a fairer system to judge the credibility of schools, and to help improve poorer areas as a whole.
Three in four schools fail to provide impartial career advice to their students, despite it being their legal responsibility