We live in an Info-Centric Society… be well informed I was talking to my wife this morning before catching my 5.20 train to head to that great city of ours! It was so civilised at that time of the morning, with the little gremlins still cosying up in bed upstairs! She was telling me about…

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In this video, Excel in Key Subjects Principal, Mr. Musty talks about the English Baccalaureate and what it means for parents and students. What is the EBacc (the English Baccalaureate)? How the English Baccalaureate emphasises traditional subjects Current eligibility for the English Baccalaureate across the country What this means for education and exam success How…

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Two more years of study awaits you!! The Education Secretary, Michael Gove has proposed that young people who leave school at the age of sixteen without at least a C grade in GCSE Maths and English will be compelled to carry on studying these two vital subjects for another two years. This policy is consistent…

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A recent comment from the prime minister, regarding the ethnic balance of new undergraduates admitted to Oxford University, appeared in the Daily Telegraph on Tuesday 12th April under the heading: “Cameron brands all-white’ Oxford a disgrace . It has to be said that there is not a huge difference between the proportion of working class…

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