The number of pupils who have been refused assessments to determine if they need extra support to meet special educational needs has increased by 35 per cent.

The three-day course is aimed at primary school teachers with a responsibility for computing in school.

Government figures have found that the rate of secondary teachers leaving the profession has risen from 6.6 per cent in 2011 to 8.7 per cent in 2015.

Pupils who lack verbal skills, but have high spatial ability perform less well in GCSEs, research shows.

The PSHE Association has released guidance on how to help pupils who might want to discuss the events of the Manchester bombing.

The Conservative party’s free breakfast promise budget will leave just under 7p per meal to cover costs, manifesto calculations show.

MSPs have labelled provision of Personal and Social Education (PSE) in Scotland as “inconsistent and inadequate”.

Boots Soltan Sun Ready learning programme is back for its second year, which supports primary school teachers in delivering sun safety education.

Exams regulator Ofqual has put out a statement offering advice to schools and students following last night’s Manchester incident.

Hack plans must be developed by schools after the NHS’s computer system fell victim to a cyber attack, Schools Week has reported.

According to the Survation poll for the Mail on Sunday, the majority of people aged under 55 to not support the expansion of grammar schools.

A new report has highlighted that there is concern that less academic pupils are being failed by an increasingly academic school system.

Russell Hobby, general secretary of union NAHT, is set to take over as chief executive at Teach First.

Government figures show that the demand for teachers in EBacc subjects is set to increase, which indicates the demise of creative subjects.

According to the Liberal Democrat’s manifesto, the party will inject an extra £7 billion into education “so no school loses money”.

School governors in West Sussex say they are staging a "strike" this week in a protest over funding shortages, the BBC has reported.

The Conservative Party is expected to reveal plans to scrap universal free lunches for infants in its manifesto.

Around 25,000 pupils are taking part in Share a Pencil Day today, 17 May, to learn about issues faced by children around the globe.

A new campaign has been launched to highlight the impact of the sharp drop in resource expenditure in schools

A new survey has revealed that almost three-quarters of primary teachers feel under pressure to go to work when they are ill.

Labour’s manifesto has outlined plans to inject £25 billion into a national education service, which is expected to be funded from extra tax revenue.

According to union NASUWT, the teacher supply in Scotland could be threatened by Brexit, making teacher retention issues worse.

Leeds Beckett University is set to launch a centre aimed at strengthening mental health in schools across the UK.

New research has found that maths, science and language teachers have high rates of leaving the profession, especially in the first five years.

An exam paper for secondary pupils in Scotland is being re-issued after a mistake was found.