English Education – ruined by ideological dogma?

England used to have a very good and efficient state funded secondary school educational system. It was a selective in nature and attempted to stream children according to their ability, determined at aged eleven. Those deemed to be the most intellectually able and have strong academic skills went to Grammar Schools and those with a […]

The Courts Rule Supreme

Some headmasters are reportedly bitterly disappointed that the High Court has decided to reject the bid to overturn certain of last year’s GCSE exam grades. Hundreds were involved in an alliance, including local authorities, schools, teachers, and unions, in going to law in support of pupils who did not get the grades they wanted last […]