Education Links w/c 11th March 2019 – Chronicle Live, The North East schools singled out for help in a £24mm Government scheme. – Chronicle Live, Religious nursery accused of ‘reinforcing gender stereotypes’ by segregating boys and girls. – Chronicle Live, This is the knife carried by a 15-year-old girl to Peterlee school leaving parents ‘in fear’. – Chronicle Live, New special free school to open in Northumberland as North East promised 200 new SEND places. – Chronicle Live, North East nursery heads warn schools will be forced to close without more funding. – Darlington & Stockton Times, Number of pupils taught in ‘super-size classes’ increases, report shows. – Darlington & Stockton Times, Special needs help in schools ‘overloaded by cuts’, says Redcar MP Anna Turley. – The Northern Echo, Special needs transport plan hailed ‘success’. – The Northern Echo, Globetrotting Darlington students enjoy trip to Amsterdam. – Shields Gazette, South Shields school closed after wind damages roof in wake of Storm Gareth. – Shields Gazette, Three new schools to open in the North East as part of Government investment into Special Education Needs. – Sunderland Echo, Sunderland schoolkids in fine voice as they scoop City Sings prize. – Berwick Advertiser, Tweedmouth Middle scoops national prize. – Berwick Advertiser, Inspectors praise key strengths at Eyemouth High School. – Berwick Advertiser, School library inspires pupils. – Berwick Advertiser, No sign of funding pressures abating in Northumberland’s children’s services. – Berwick Advertiser, School exclusions in Northumberland falling after worrying spike.

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