It is often said that a good education will set you up for life. The reason that it keeps being said is because it is true. Exams are an important part of assessing your child’s learning and knowledge throughout their education and it is vital that they are as successful as they can be when undertaking them.
The Parents’ Evening Booking System for all classes from S2 is now live. Go to http://www.parents-booking.co.uk/CNHS You will need: Your title and surname (these must match those we have on record f
Completing your University studies.
Children with special educational needs are being excluded to boost exam results. That’s not a healthy approach There was a boy in my rural primary school who we used to tease as the village idiot.
Readers respond to Simon Jenkins’ article about the school system and helping children with special educational needsSimon Jenkins’ attack on the test culture imposed on our schools by the governm
Cambridge Pre-U is a relatively small qualification in the UK and is not taken by a typical cohort, writes Michael O’SullivanAs creators of Cambridge Pre-U, we would like to address a couple of poin
WHY ARE EXAMS SO IMPORTANT? It is often said that a good education will set you up for life. The reason that it keeps being said is because it is true. Exams are an important part of assessing your ch
Here are a few Employment Opportunities pupils may be interested in. Hairdressing Modern Apprenticeship with the Rainbow Room: In their Glasgow, Uddingston and East Kilbride Salons https://www.apprent
Guardian readers respond to the decision of Ninestiles school to ban children from speaking in between lessonsI presume the co-headteachers of Ninestiles (School under fire over ‘silent corridor’
Sir Al Aynsley-Green has written a hard-hitting book that he hopes will shame politicians and spark a national debateChildhood is being ruined in the UK, and the education system under Theresa May’s
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Watchdog chief outlines new inspection regime judging schools on ‘quality of education’ Ofsted plans to overhaul the way it inspects schools in England, downgrading the influence of exam results
S6 Auschwitz Video- October 2018 in Krakow, Poland. Pupils and staff had a humbling but enjoyable experience.
Outcry over ‘sweeping generalisations’ in Hodder Education sociology book A GCSE textbook containing stereotypes about Caribbean families has been removed from sale following criticism from MPs
Bernie Evans and Ben Copsey say ‘transition programmes’ like Cambridge’s do little to address the systematic barriers to access suffered by students from ‘non-traditional’ backgrounds. Plus
Next week marks Newman Week in CNHS, where we celebrate the life of the Blessed John Henry Newman. Please find below a sample of the activities our pupils will be involved in:
Heads claim they encourage A-level students to ‘take their foot off the gas’ Elite private schools have called for universities to cut back on the use of unconditional offers for undergraduate pl
The Parents’ Evening Booking System for all classes from S1 is now live. Go to http://www.parents-booking.co.uk/CNHS Log in to see which appointments are available and select one that is convenient
Party says ‘unintended rewards’ need to be revoked for excluding students on basis of predicted GCSE results Labour has revealed plans to tackle the problem of “off-rolling” in schools, when
For those interested in applying for Catholic Primary Teaching at the University of Glasgow: The association of Catholic Primary Head Teachers are hosting a recruitment even to support applicants. In
Glasgow Science Centre Sunday 7th October, 10:30am-4pm Monday 8th October, 9am-3pm Investing in the future of our young people. This autumn the Daily Record are bringing the nation’s top employers u
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