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Education Secretary Michael Gove says he'll force the poorest performing schools to convert to academies.
Parents are sending their children abroad to avoid education fee hikes.
A school in the Forest of Dean is closed for the day because of an infestation of the country's most venomous spider.
The false widow has been discovered around the Dean Academy in Lydney, a pest control company has been called in to fumigate classrooms.
Conservationists believe a change in the climate could be the cause of an increase in sightings of the species.
The Dean Academy in the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, has identified a number of false widow spiders in the school's computer block, as well as other areas.
A letter to parents on the school's website confirmed that the school would be closed tomorrow.
Vice principal Craig Burns said the academy had taken immediate pest control advice on discovery of the spiders. The letter posted online today read:
We have identified an issue with false widow spiders in the academy in our ICT block and therefore took immediate advice from pest control.
We therefore made the decision to close the ICT block for the whole of today so that pest control could fumigate the area.
Unfortunately, during this afternoon there have been further false widow spiders identified in other areas of the academy.
A school in Gloucestershire has been forced to close due to an outbreak of false widow spiders.
ITV News Westcountry has provided some information on how to identify a false widow.
- False widow spiders have a large body, dark brown in colour, ranging from 7mm up to 14mm
- The body of the spider has a glossy appearance, with a white pattern on the top
- This kind of spider can generally be found in dry and undisturbed environments, like sheds and outbuildings
- They are often active at night, and mainly hidden throughout the day, and there is likely to be more than one living in the same place
Source: Natural History Museum
The Dean Academy in Gloucestershire has written to parents to inform them of the schools closure tomorrow due to "an issue with false widow spiders in the academy".
The Dean Academy in Gloucestershire will be closed all day tomorrow, following an outbreak of false widow spiders.
The Academy said it had taken advice from the Health and Safety unit at Gloucestershire Local Authority and C & D Pest Control, Chepstow, to close the school.
Hundreds of parents fear they may be forced to give up work after the shock announcement that two nurseries and an after school club are to close in Dorset.
The closures are because the council can no longer afford to run them.
The nurseries at Blandford and Shaftesbury are due to shut next March but parents have begun a campaign to keep them open.
New figures reveal a dramatic rise in the number of tutors providing one-to-one teaching for children. It's claimed there are now more than double the number of private providers than there are full-time teachers in schools.
One Bristol agency claims instability in the Government's education policies has helped its business grow by a third in the last year.
And as our Education Correspondent Richard Payne reports it's no longer the preserve of private schools and wealthy parents.
Parents have launched a campaign in North Dorset to save two nurseries and an after-school club, after Dorset County Council announced their closures next March.
Plans for a brand new £21 million college campus at Chippenham have been revealed by Wiltshire College.
The three storey building, which will be built behind existing college buildings, will be open to students from September 2015
The new facilities will support apprenticeships in engineering, construction and hair and beauty as well as additional vocational training.
Di Dale, Principal and Chief Executive, Wiltshire College said: "Providing facilities that inspire and motivate students is one of five strategic objectives which support the college’s vision for the future."
"The Chippenham project represents the next stage in the transformation of Wiltshire College’s facilities across the county."