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"It is important to recognise, and as the NASUWT has stated consistently, that many of the concerns expressed about statutory primary assessment are the direct result of their use in the current high stakes school accountability regime."
BASC will join other major stakeholders at tonight’s premiere of a documentary which explores the steps that can be taken to reduce flooding
"The funding formula announced today will not be sufficient to offset the real terms funding losses over the period since 2010."