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Ofsted has found that some schools are responding to funding pressure by reducing curriculum breadth, with languages, computing, design and technology and music most affected.

A 35% increase in the number of pupils with an education, health and care plan (EHCP) since 2014 is a driver to the cuts of SEND provision, Ofsted finds

A panel of experts has approved six new apps with a focus on early literacy, language and communication.

Mobile phone use at night time is having a negative impact on young people’s sleep and mental wellbeing according to a newly published report.

The Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) is introducing a new feature on its online system that allows someone else to pay for an individual's basic check.

Pupils from Wiltshire got the chance to see Highways England’s Control Room and learn about road engineering

Volunteers led by Bristol City Council have been speaking on the dangers of idling with parents waiting to collect their children at Cathedral Primary School.

Ofqual has confirmed how it is enhancing its regulation of Level 1 and 2 Technical Awards that will in future be listed by the Department for Education (DfE) in Key Stage 4 performance tables.

 Features

Outdoor play facilities that schools provide are an increasingly important tool in tackling children’s inactivity, says Mark Hardy, chair of the Association of Play Industries

With the DfE announcing that the new School Building Programme will focus on modern methods of construction – the shift towards factory-based building methods has been verified

Charity CPL Group shares its ethos of giving back to education and highlights future funding and support opportunities available

One of the greatest challenges for schools is balancing the need to create an open and stimulating environment whilst ensuring that people and equipment are protected

With mounting evidence linking poor air quality – both indoors and outdoors – to poor respiratory problems in children, we look at what schools can do to tackle the problem

When it comes to tomorrow’s school buildings, the concept of ‘passive design’ could help lower bills and fight the climate crisis while keeping staff and students happy and comfortable

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