Education Links w/c 8th October – Chronicle Live, Labour criticises government record on North East education following £24 million funding announcement. – Chronicle Live, Is it enough? Here’s what North East teachers think of the Government’s £24m funding pledge. – Darlington & Stockton Times, Statistics watchdog tells Education Department of ‘serious concerns’ on data use. – Darlington & Stockton Times, £24m education fund will stop North-East being ‘left behind’. – The Northern Echo, World Teachers’ Day: Students learn best from risk-taking teachers, study finds. – Hartlepool Mail, Hartlepool boys less likely to pass Year 1 reading tests than girls. – Hartlepool Mail, School backs coaching firm run by ex-Pools boss. – Hartlepool Mail, Film festival will help educate Hartlepool schoolchildren through movies. – Sunderland Echo, Bodyguard actor returns to home to inspire college students. – Sunderland Echo, New partnership launched to promote education in Sunderland’s leisure industry. – Shields Gazette, South Tyneside school reading test figures spark debate. – Shields Gazette, Spending per pupil South Tyneside drops as teachers warn schools are ‘on their knees’. – Northumberland Gazette, VIDEO: Wooler First School’s new pupils are in fine voice. – Northumberland Gazette, Boost for education funding in Northumberland. – Northumberland Gazette, VIDEO: Sing-a-long with the new pupils at Swansfield Park Primary School.


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