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Te s 12 NOVEMBER 2021
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Top of the Bill Tes’ 10 questions: comedy legend Bill Bailey recalls one teacher like ‘a cage of roaring lions’ and another who gave him confidence on stage
The longest day The education secretary has signalled his support for an extended school day – but would this really improve pupils’ learning?
Keeping the gates open Key news stories you may have missed, from legislation to make school closures more difficult to Covid absence and longer days
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Mr Motivator If your teachers are struggling for motivation amid the grind of Covid, expert Sharath Jeevan has five tips to fire them up again
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