Freeview English teaching TV channel to help migrants

An independent think tank focussing on migration and integration issues, has called the UK government to set up a new free-to-air television channel. According to the report published by British Future this channel will aim to improve English...

Breaking the class ceiling at Oxbridge universities

“I am always plagued with the imposter syndrome where I constantly ask myself if I belonged at Oxford because everyone else appeared smarter in comparison. This feeling of not belonging at University often stems from the fact that people often came from...

It preparation for its annual conference, the Headmasters' and Headmistress' Conference (HMC), which represents 175 private schools, surveyed 65 head teachers and revealed the results. HMC warned about the rise of self-harm and depression in...

A survey has suggested that private tutoring has become very common among schoolchildren in London, which has risen from 34% to 44% in ten years. It is said that more than two in every five children in the capital have received private tuition.



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