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The private and voluntary sectors should be more involved in educating the most challenging pupils, the Conservatives argued today. Visiting Spear, a skills and personal development charity in Hammersmith, the Conservative leader David Cameron argued that the current system of state-run Pupil Referral Units are ill-equipped for dealing with deprived or delinquent pupils. He pointed… Read more »

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Brighton adopts schools lottery

School children in Brighton will be allocated secondary school places by lottery. Brighton and Hove council announced today that places in oversubscribed secondary schools will be allocated by electronic ballot, rather than the distance a child lives from the school. The council has also drawn up fixed catchment areas based on postcodes, which aim to… Read more »