Indian students stranded in the UK face harassment from landlords and caretakers

Indian students and citizens visiting friends and family abroad have encountered an unfortunate fate, when they could not make it back to India before the lockdown was announced in March and all international flights were cancelled. Now the...

A-level students call cancellation of exams ‘unfair’

Schools across the UK have now closed indefinitely after the coronavirus outbreak, with A-level and GCSE exams cancelled, asking teachers and pupils to self-isolate, in the government’s efforts to curb the spread of the pandemic.

At a moving ceremony and the banquet following it on 21st July, Hull City Council has conferred the rare 'Honour of Freedom of the City' on Lord Bhikhu...

There were 151,125 penalty notices issued to parents in England for their children's term-time absence from school during 2014-15. The figure represents a 54% increase compared with the previous year. There has been a high-profile legal challenge...

The Department of Education has announced that primary schools in England will copy the Asian style of teaching maths. Around half the total number of schools in England, some 8,000 schools will receive a share of a £41m boost which will help...



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