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Written Submissions Published ahead of March 4th Evidence Session

The Education Committee has published its ‘Evidence Check‘ written submissions on school starting age and summer born children, which were received by the February 23, 2015 deadline. 16 more words

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Education Committee Announces Witnesses for March 4th Evidence Session

The Education Committee’s ‘Starting School‘ evidence session begins at 9.30am on Wednesday 4th March, and further information has now been published here, including: 137 more words

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@CommonsEd tweets @sb_campaign in Call for Comments and Questions for the DfE Next Week

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Education Committee Chair Graham Stuart (@grahamstuart) said today: “The issues around school starting age and summer born children are complex and controversial 173 more words

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Hampshire Conservative MP: "We start too much formal learning too soon"

It may be just coincidence, given Hampshire County Council’s more progressive approach to admissions for summer born children than many others, but in a recent… 169 more words

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A cup of tea and O Canada

Hello readers and blog followers – especially Canadian tea lovers who follow this afternoon tea blog. Her Ladyship (that would be me!) has an urgent message. 179 more words

Bradford MP and Member of Education Committee Encourages Constituents to Submit Views and Evidence

Bradford MP David Ward, Liberal Democrat Member of the House of Commons Education Select Committee is asking his constituents to take part in what he describes as the “ 675 more words

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Class War - 2015 Elections, It's Going To Get Messy

Some people might remember us street urchins from the 80’s, we were and still are: Class War, we sold our unruly tabloid, created mayhem in the streets, we even got branded by the Sunday People as the most dangerous group in the UK for targeting the rich and famous, namely the EastEnders stars who were buying up working class properties in London for profit, fast forward 30 odd years and now we are a registered political party ready to fight, and I do mean fight, in the general election 2015, have we went soft ? 1,004 more words