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Anna Davis is the Education Editor and Deputy Campaigns Editor at the Evening Standard. She covers everything from nursery to school, university and beyond.

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Anna Davis is the Education Editor and Deputy Campaigns Editor at the Evening Standard. She covers everything from nursery to school, university and beyond.

London

Almost two-thirds of Londoners are hybrid working post-Covid

Major new study finds 61 per cent of London workers say they now work from home at least one day a week, compared with 37 per cent before the pandemic

Jun 8, 2022
Insider

From ‘Socialist Eton’ to riots—what went wrong at Holland Park School?

A place at the state school was once considered a golden ticket but reports of bullying, intimidation and public shamings have shaken the community. So what now? Anna Davis reports

Jun 7, 2022
Education

Holland Park school set to join country’s biggest academy chain

Governing Body votes for the prestigious London school to join United Learning

Jun 7, 2022
UK

‘No benefits’ of forcing failing primary schools to join trusts

Academies are not a ‘magic solution’, according to a new report

Jun 7, 2022
UK

Crackdown on truancy leads to more fines

New data shows how schools in different local authorities in England are tackling truancy

Jun 7, 2022
UK

Platinum Jubilee: School choir thrilled to share stage with Ed Sheeran

School children will join a 400-strong choir singing with Ed Sheeran at the Platinum Jubilee Pageant

Jun 1, 2022
London

£8.5m lab opens to study toddlers’ brain disorders

It is hoped the lab will come up with earlier interventions for conditions such as autism and ADHD

May 31, 2022
Education

Universities must tackle ‘horrific’ drink and needle spiking

Michelle Donelan said the cause is close to her heart

May 24, 2022
UK

‘Let trans students play for either sex team’, says London school head

Comments are at odds with Education Secretary, who said ‘biology comes first’ in sport

May 23, 2022
Education

Children’s Commissioner says maths is not ‘too hard’ for girls

Girls are giving up the subject because they are not encouraged, Dame Rachel de Souza says

May 18, 2022
UK

Four-day week on full pay offered in drive for more teachers

London South East Colleges hope to attract more candidates with the option of a compressed week

May 18, 2022
Education

Scramble for extra invigilators as students return to sitting exams

GCSE and A-level exams have been cancelled for the past two years due to Covid

May 16, 2022
UK

‘No free Covid tests means exam halls could be coronavirus hotspots’

But there is no requirement for a student who misses an exam to take a Covid test

May 13, 2022
London

Schoolboy’s legacy is life-saving cancer charity

Noah’s Pink Balloon Leukaemia Fund will support research into life-threatening infections

May 13, 2022
London

London Ukraine school: We need urgent help

St Mary’s Ukrainian school has more than doubled its intake

May 12, 2022
UK

New secure school ‘will revolutionise how young offenders are treated’

The pilot project will follow the approach showing success in Scandinavian countries

May 11, 2022
London

CBBC host: Follow London pioneers and serve more veggie school meals

TV presenter Omari McQueen says more schools should follow Waltham Forest’s lead

May 5, 2022
Education

‘Riot’ at London school sparks call for DfE to step in

A bitter dispute has broken out over plans for Holland Park School to join a multi-academy trust

May 4, 2022
UK

On-screen exams could replace written tests under Ofqual plans

Teachers say the current pen-and-paper exams are ‘outdated and ripe for reform’

May 4, 2022