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    ‘We Don’t Need No Education’: Assessing What Matters in Schools

    "In this drive to ascribe value to students, we risk losing sight of what learning can and should be: an ongoing, unfolding and communal process."

    Oxbridge applicants face technical difficulties during admissions tests

    A number of candidates who sat for university admissions tests two weeks ago, such as the Biomedical Admissions Test (BMAT) and Thinking Skills Assessment...

    What The Write Offs tells us about literacy in Britain

    Nothing has hit me as hard as this minute of TV for months. I had been sat in my little ivory tower of ‘well, why didn’t they just learn?’, but now I felt all that come down.

    Personal History

    You want to understand how someone could be two people. Why you failed to recognise it at the time.

    Opinion – Britain’s education system must break its silence

    TW: Racism During the six months I spent in Australia in Year 9 I learnt more about the history of imperialism, the atrocities committed...

    Opinion – The Education System Is Broken

    TW: self-harm, substance abuse New commission, Cherwell Comment: **The Education system is utter garbage!** Eh, could be a tough crowd to sell this one to....

    Resignations at Academy following Ofsted inspection

    The headteacher and governors of the Oxford Academy have resigned following the publication of an Ofsted Report which rated the School ‘inadequate.’ An Interim...

    Layla Moran voted down in fight to protect Erasmus Programme

    Oxford West and Abingdon MP Layla Moran pushed two amendments to the Withdrawal Agreement Bill to keep UK in Erasmus+ programme and to protect...

    Learning To Live – Educated by Tara Westover

    ‘Emancipate yourselves from mental slavery/ None but ourselves can free our mind’. These lyrics from Bob Marley’s ‘Redemption Song’ course through Tara Westover’s 2018...

    DEBATE: Should private schools be taxed?

    Jeremy Corbyn recently called for private schools to lose their charitable status, and therefore become taxed. Is this the right thing to do?