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GCSE

New two-year technical programmes are planned to equip young people for employment. Susan Elkin gauges opinion on how the courses will work, and whether...

Andrew Lloyd Webber is urging the industry to work together on a strategy to protect music in education, labelling recent research highlighting its a...

A toolkit to help activists lobby for the arts in their local schools has been created by campaigning organisations. The Cultural Learning Alliance, which champions...

The number of GCSE students sitting creative subjects this year has slipped by 10% on last year, prompting yet further warnings that young people...

An exam board is being fined £175,000 after incorrectly wording a question about Romeo and Juliet in its GCSE English paper. OCR has been handed...

News that creative arts graduates earn 15% less than the average university leaver five years after graduation – and so may expect to have...

The number of young people being entered for GCSE drama in England has fallen by 5.5% to less than 60,000, contributing to an overall...

Specialist theatre, drama or music education at 16-19 level doesn’t have to be pricey or far away from home – and it can be...

Watching Emma Gonzalez speak is heart stopping. The Parkland shooting survivor, and founder of the Never Again movement, is a study in dignity, her...
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