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  1. Tameside schools row - Councillor’s view (1976)

    Genre
    Interview

    Jon Snow interviews councillor Colin Grantham (on ITN) on an appeal victory by the new Conservative-controlled Tameside, Greater Manchester, council, after it formally rejected a controversial plan for...

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  2. OFSTED response to schools report (1996)

    Genre
    Interview

    Mike Tomlinson, Director of Inspection at OFSTED, points out that some schools are achieving comparatively good results - poor performance cannot be simply a matter of resources. This follows report released...

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  3. Miss Horsburgh Visits Schools

    Date released
    15 May 1952
    Series name
    British Movietone News
    Issue no
    1197A
    NoS ID
    017791
    Story no
    1 / 6

    MOVIETONE CARD TITLE: Miss Horsburgh Visits Primary Schools. DESCRIPTION: The Minister of Education, Miss Horsburgh, and Miss Pat Hornsby-Smith, MP, recently made a tour of Kent schools, two of which were at...

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  4. Neil Kinnock on private school system (1980)

    Genre
    Interview

    Labour education spokesman Neil Kinnock on the need to abolish public schools and establish an entirely comprehensive system in the UK. Male interviewer not identified. In two parts, divided by break in audio.

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  5. Tameside schools row - Rhodes Boyson on appeal (1976)

    Genre
    Interview

    Conservative MP, Rhodes Boyson reacts to an appeal victory by the new Conservative-controlled Tameside, Greater Manchester, council, after it formally rejected a controversial plan for comprehensive...

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  6. Grammar and comprehensive schools (1979)

    Genre
    Interview

    Education Secretary Mark Carlisle is interviewed about secondary education; examines new Conservative Government’s policy on grammar and comprehensive schools.

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  7. New regulations on special schools (1983)

    Genre
    Interview

    Interview on the new regulations allowing parents of children attending special schools right of access to the reports on which local authorities make their decisions on whether children should go to these...

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  8. Schools Olympiad

    Date released
    26 Jul 1928
    Series name
    Empire News Bulletin
    Issue no
    234
    NoS ID
    049163
    Story no
    5 / 8

    News on Screen News on Screen Cinema news Cinema news To order To order Moving image Moving image
  9. Clarke on grammar schools (1992)

    Genre
    Interview

    Interview with Education Secretary Kenneth Clarke on allowing schools to apply for grammar school status, with him holding the power to approve or not, and Labour Party criticism of the policy. Male...

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  10. Tameside schools row - NAF pay costs (1976)

    Genre
    Interview

    Robert Moss, director of the National Association for Freedom, on an appeal victory by the new Conservative-controlled Tameside, Greater Manchester, council, after it formally rejected a controversial plan...

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