THE regional schools network, SCHOOLS NorthEast, today welcomed Theresa May’s commitment to tackling educational inequality, while urging the Government to focus more on measures that will drive up standards for all and not the few.
Mike Parker, Director of SCHOOLS NorthEast, said: “It is right that…
- The sharp drop in GCSE grades nationally does not mirror the regional picture, with top grades in the North East seeing the smallest change.
THIS year’s GCSE grades have seen a significant fall in pupils achieving A* - A grades.
However, official GCSE results released today show that while the North…
- North East still lags other regions for university take-up
SCHOOLS NorthEast, the representative body for all 1,250 schools across the region, today welcomed news that more pupils than ever have been accepted on university courses.
A total of 24% of 18 year olds from the North East will be off to…