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The Eiffel Tower grows six inches in summer and the word ‘canter’ comes from “Canterbury”.
As schools begin remote teaching, Alice Trench shares the challenges faced by her London comprehensive pupils
A cabinet reshuffle, sex education and single-sex debate
An interview with the head of the 467-year-old boys’ school
It’s no longer the taking part that counts
Westminster Cathedral Choir School is embroiled in the nastiest row in its 118-year history
An interview with Alice McFarlane
In Wales, the classes will soon be compulsory whether parents like it or not
The exit through the gift shop swiftly degenerated into an adolescent orgy of shoplifting
A growing number of initiatives are helping city children get in touch with the outdoors
A subject can’t be ‘elitist’ – as students of Latin would know
Attend a PhD mixer at an Oxbridge college and it’s like a United Nations for the 1 per cent
Why disadvantaged Oxbridge applicants are still missing out
More boys should follow the example of Prince George and take up dance
The government’s squeeze on PE funding means fewer state-educated children will make the top teams
Easy ways to stop you – and your child – from feeling the strain
We need to put downward pressure on private school fees, and up the expenditure in the state sector
Publications by pupils have been part of the fabric of Britain’s schools for decades
A round-up of recent stories from the front line in education
An interview with the head of the 134-year-old girls’ boarding school