World’s oldest Buddhist shrine discovered in Nepal

Buddhist monks at the Mayadevi temple in Lumbini, Nepal, in which archaeologists unearthed the shrine. Photograph: Ira Block/AFP/Getty Photos Archaeologists in Nepal say they have identified traces of a wooden … Continue Reading →


Piers Morgan: psychiatric assessment

Jonathan Trott recently pulled out of the recent Ashes tour due to pressure-relevant troubles. While this is a legitimate purpose to pull out of a gruelling sporting contest – what … Continue Reading →


Arts head: Purni Morell, artistic director, Unicorn theatre

Hi Purni, could you tell me a bit more about Unicorn Theatre and how its history plays into its mission these days? The Unicorn was founded in 1947 as a … Continue Reading →


The Learning Network Blog: Test Yourself | History, Nov. 26, 2013

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Government must stop treating sixth-form colleges unfairly

Sixth-kind college college students acquire significantly less funds from government in contrast to college pupils, because of funding cuts and VAT guidelines. Photograph: Howard Barlow I am angry. I want … Continue Reading →


The Learning Network Blog: 6 Q’s About the News | Whales, Sea Lions and Dolphins Congregate for Anchovy Feast

6 Q’s About the News Go through the write-up and response the information questions beneath. In “With Additional Anchovies, Deluxe Whale Watching,” Erica Goode reports on a unusual convocation of … Continue Reading →


Secularism: what does it mean to you? The Panel

Will Self: ‘I feel of it as the separation of church(es) from the state’ I suspect it isn’t going to imply anything notably original to me: I simply think of … Continue Reading →


The Learning Network Blog: Do We Need Art in Our Lives?

Queries about concerns in the information for students 13 and older. Do we want artwork in our lives? Must viewing art be element of every child’s training? Does it make … Continue Reading →


Robert Peston – how the Daily Mail revealed my wife’s cancer

BBC organization editor Robert Peston. Photograph: Murdo Macleod for the Guardian Robert Peston, the BBC’s business editor, outlined his discomforting experiences at the hands of the Everyday Mail in a … Continue Reading →


The OECD’s Pisa delivery man | Peter Wilby

It truly is typically mother and father, teachers and pupils who anxiously await examination outcomes. But now it truly is the flip of training ministers to bite their nails. On … Continue Reading →