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Schools Week

Schools Week is read widely by headteachers, governors, business managers and the education leaders of the future. Established in 2014, our weekly print newspaper is now read by around 22,000 education managers and sector stakeholders, and 1.4 million unique users visited our website in 2015-16. We have quickly become the “go-to” news source for reliable education journalism, with a formidable reputation for hard-hitting investigations, breaking news and expert analysis.

About FE Week

FE Week

FE Week is the premier news source for the further education, apprenticeships and skills sector, with a reputation for breaking news, investigations and expert analysis that is second to none. Our weekly newspaper is read by over 10,000 education managers and sector stakeholders and over 75,000 people access our website on a monthly basis. Trust is essential, and our readers know that FE Week provides an unrivalled platform for sharing accurate, timely information.

Education News

‘I’m sorry’: Bright Tribe founder Michael Dwan apologises to Whitehaven

Michael Dwan, the founder of the controversial Bright Tribe Trust, has apologised for the problems faced by Cumbria’s troubled Whitehaven Academy, but bemoaned a lack of support from the government and some members of the community. In a long statement from the private office of the venture capitalist, “a small number of individuals” were blamed

Ofsted says schools can’t fix childhood obesity, but advisory panel members disagree

Schools cannot solve the childhood obesity epidemic and should focus on education instead, according to a new report from Ofsted. Last year the inspectorate carried out research in 60 primary schools across England to ascertain whether schools are having a demonstrable impact on levels of childhood obesity. Although it found that many schools had a

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