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Though he's used to having tough conversations, the financial pressures facing schools are starting to make The Primary Head wonder how many more emotional exchanges he can face...
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Give teach(ing) a chance. It’s not so easy, but you should try...
Let's spend what we need to run a successful school and let the government sort out the rest
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“Trying to get a CAMHS referral has always been like trying to find the holy grail”
“You’d think that a few naysayers wouldn’t be able to spoil a good thing, but they do”
"Things that are ‘almost certain’ to become set in stone often fizzle out"
"Are you’re honestly telling me that there are some inspectors who use the universal who-do-you-fancy system?"
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Following Nick Gibb's refusal to answer a basic multiplication question on live TV, we thought...