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UK Schools Dominated By Male Headteachers #BalanceforBetter

Only 38% of headteachers at state secondary schools in England are women, despite the majority of teachers at those schools being female.

Working hours and salary the main career considerations #NCW

National Careers Week aims to encourage companies to think about their employees' wellbeing and happiness and new research has asked British workers about the things they most want from their work.

Only a third of parents feel confident helping their children with homework

Only a third (33%) of parents feel confident helping their child with homework, according to new research1 by Oxford Home Schooling.

Educational days out for the family this half term

This half term, it’s important for families to make the most of their time together with fun days out and experiences, developing new skills and knowledge outside of the school environment. 

Exam Culture Is Impacting Mental Health Even At Primary School

A third of primary school parents say exams are making their children stressed, according to a study looking into the pressure pupils are put under during their school years.

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