Sir Tony Robison, former presenter of Time Team, has criticised the scrapping of A-level archaeology.

British soul singer and former music supply teacher Laura Mvula has spoken out against cuts to creative subjects in schools, warning that it is limiting opportunities for poorer pupils and will leave music a preserve of the 'privileged few who can afford private lessons'.

Sadiq Khan has launched a new ‘London Curriculum’ for primary schools in the capital, giving pupil the opportunity to learn about the city’s history and culture.

Teachers are being urged to take part in #NakedTeachingDay and teach their pupils without any classroom resources.

The government’s assessment of early reading is ‘failing to assess the full range of phonic knowledge’, according to new research.

The maths curriculum is ‘stuck in the dark ages’ and needs to be modernised to equip pupils for the future, according to tuition expert William Petty.

NSPCC Cymru has called for compulsory online safety lessons to be included on the curriculum, following concerns over online grooming.

A leading head teacher has called for greater support for the brightest maths students in London schools.

Chair of Social Mobility Commission Alan Milburn has called on the government to put education at the centre of its drive to deliver social mobility.

Good quality careers education can play a vital role in helping young people to aspire to fulfilling careers, according to the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT).

Sex and relationships education (SRE) is ‘inadequate or absent’ in many schools across the UK, according to a report from the Terrence Higgins Trust.

The British Humanist Association (BHA) has once again criticised the Department for Education’s (DfE) stance on making personal, social, health, and economic education (PSHE), including sex and relationships education (SRE), compulsory in English schools.

£41m worth of funding is being made available to support more than 8,000 schools to adopt teaching practices from leading Asian countries.

A York MP has defended the government’s policy on primary school testing, arguing that it gives children the opportunity to fulfil their potential.

Education Secretary Nicky Morgan has cautioned that SATS results, due to be published today (5 July), should not be compared with previous years.

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