Derby City Council is calling on UNISON to suspend its teaching assistant strike action after offering them a new deal.Read the full story ›
A mum from Derby has posted a photo of her crying daughter on Facebook, saying she "can't understand" the disruption caused by TA strikes.Read the full story ›
We have been looking at unusual ways of learning as a Derbyshire school allows pupils to wear slippers in a bid to improve grades.Read the full story ›
Harry, who visited in October, is returning to the Coach Core and Full Effect programmes which help young people in the city.Read the full story ›
The alternative footwear has proved so popular at Findern Primary School in Derby they could soon form part of the compulsory uniform.Read the full story ›
A landmark ruling in the Supreme Court is due to take place on the 31st January that will rule on the legality of taking children out of school during term time.
Derbyshire County Council was the first in the Midlands to abolish fines for all but the worst offenders.
Furthermore, in 2015, Craig Langman from Nuneaton started a campaign asking for a change in the law for headteachers to be given discretion on the issuing of fines. His petition received 230,00 signatures.
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Speaking to ITV News Central the Labour leader has urged Derby City Council and the union to resolve their ongoing dispute quickly.Read the full story ›
Rosalind Brotherton initially started working at a school canteen but after studying part-time is now in charge of a primary school.Read the full story ›
Some parents are concerned that once it opens it won't be long before a child is seriously injured.Read the full story ›