As soon as Education Secretary, Michael Gove speaks, most of the education establishment is so busy automatically loathing him and finding fault with his every word that they forget to listen to what he is actually saying.
As The Lion King musical, which first came to these shores in 1999, celebrates its 5,000th show at the Lyceum Theatre in London today, we take a look at other shows which have stood the test of time.
Numbers are coming through for next year’s GCSE and A-Level courses. For many teachers of Art, Drama and Music these numbers are down. In some cases considerably so. With the government’s move to Academy schools, subjects struggling to keep up the numbers will be cut. Academies first and foremost are businesses and just like in [...]
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