Fifty years since its inception, British schools need the IB now more than ever, writes one leading educationalist
Outlawing mobile phones had an immediate and ‘astonishing’ impact at one independent school, according to its head
International schools' chief describes clampdown on institutions requesting checks as 'disappointing' and 'frustrating'
Schools business sold to Swiss investment firm
In independent schools, 62.6 per cent of GCSE entries scored at least an A grade or a grade 7, new research shows
Ampleforth College and Downside School 'prioritised the monks and their own reputations over the protection of children'
ITV political editor bemoans 'decline' in status of teachers and constant 'reinvention' of the education system
The Catholic boarding school has been told to produce an action plan to address safeguarding failings
Eton and Rugby are among 38 schools to sign up to bursary scheme, which requires councils to pay 60 per cent of fees
Soaring demand from affluent Chinese parents sparks rise in the number of UK private schools opening abroad
Charity Commission launches inquiry into independent boarding school after two arrests were made
Five teachers from top private school have now been convicted after complaints from 22 ex-students
Independent schools, once widely accessible, have become the preserve of the wealthy, says head of Wellington College
Staff at private school offered chance to learn instrument with pupils
Independent schools claim that plans to reform business rates will make it harder to share staff and resources
Parents like grammars because they are as close to England's world-class private sector as you can get, writes Joe Nutt
Sending children at risk of going into care to boarding school also leads to better GCSE results, study reveals
Eltham College is becoming co-ed to help boys recognise girls as equals
'Segregation isn't caused by our little independent schools sector'
School introduces alpacas on its playing field so that pupils can reduce their stress levels by petting them
Nearly a third of teachers at British international schools considered quitting before moving abroad, research shows
Council of British International Schools reveals plans to help it find 230,000 extra teachers over the next 10 years
At last, evidence for what we already knew – teaching beyond the classroom is essential, writes one head
Grammars get money to expand, MPs criticise plan for child mental health and the dark side of edu-Twitter revealed
The government's Green Paper response is expected to focus on partnerships, not penalties
Choir Schools' Association conference told that independent sector is under pressure and has 'few friends at the moment'
Nobody benefits from the continuous sniping against independent schools by politicians, writes deputy head David James
Former head of Wellington College says students struggle because are 'not given the freedom to learn' at state school
The rise of AI could result in disadvantaged pupils being deprived of human teacher contact, one expert warns
Boarding schools must correct 'the wrongs of the past' and take action to deter potential abusers, headteachers told