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Oxford News

Oxford School board removed

A school in Oxford has had its entire board of governors removed by the county council, despite protests by parents of pupils who claim that the council wants to turn the school into an academy. The O...
Dublin News

Trinity Student Numbers to Rise

Trinity College Dublin (TCD) has unveiled plans to increase student numbers by 15 per cent and widen access for poorer students. Trinity, which is ranked as the 13th best university in Europe, says it...
Madrid News

More flexibility needed for gifted children

Madrid has over 4,000 gifted students who are experiencing problems at school, says an association set up to forward the cause of especially gifted young people
Amsterdam News

Funding cuts for Islamic school group

An Islamic school group in Amsterdam is to lose part of its local and government funding after a recent critical report by the state education inspectorate. The As Siddieq school group, which has thre...
Copenhagen News

A check on bullying

Local authorities in Copenhagen have successfully introduced a range of anti-bullying measures in the city
Jersey News

Jersey German occupation guide

The Germans built an impressive number of fortifications around Jersey when they occupied the island in 1940. There are underground and above ground bunkers and gun emplacements visible at every looko...
Brussels News

More places in Brussels secondary schools

The city of Brussels has announced that it is to increase class sizes in the first year of its secondary schools for September 2009. The move follows a crisis caused by
Amsterdam News

Amsterdam council sets vocabulary lists for primary schools.

The Amsterdam city council has drawn up a list of 3,000 words that children going up into third year of primary school must know. The list, which includes words such as juicy, wizard and surroundings,...
Berlin News


The German government has announced plans to set up a private
Dublin News

Dublin schools hit by budget cuts.

More than a third of Dublin primary schools are to lose at least one teacher as of September 2009, according to an inquiry into the effects of education budget cuts commissioned by Irish Republican pa...
Jersey News

International Baccalaureate comes to Jersey.

Hautlieu College will become the first school in the Channel Islands to offer the International Baccalaureate diploma as an alternative to A Level exams. The school has now received confirmation tha...
Paris News

Adult education courses in Paris.

Enrolment is open for the hundreds of courses available at municipal adult education institutes across the French capital. Fees range from
Madrid News

Madrid invests in schooling.

The Madrid regional government is to spend almost
Madrid News

Summer schools in Madrid.

Madrid city council is running free courses and summer camps in the Spanish capital over the school holidays in subjects ranging from birdwatching and sports to natural medicine and making your own co...
Dublin News

First gay rights lessons at Dublin primary school.

Griffith Barracks multi-denominational school in Dublin
Dublin News

IT courses for Dublin’s elderly.

Dublin city council in conjunction with Age Action Ireland has set up the
Vienna News

Freud University courses in English.

The Sigmund Freud University (SFU) of Psychotherapy in Vienna is to launch a full programme of degree and non-degree courses taught and supported entirely in English. Accredited as a private universit...
Barcelona News

Barcelona invests in education.

Barcelona is to spend a total of


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