The Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) has called on the government to address educational disadvantage in the North, claiming this should be at the heart of efforts to create a Northern Powerhouse.

Kent Primary Chiddingstone school has extended its school day and shortened term times in a bid to help parents plan cheaper, off-peak holidays.

A study published in the Journal of Education and Work has found that pupils who are given a good careers education are more likely to make advantageous career choices.

Durham County Council has approved plans to terminate the 2,700 teaching assistant contracts and employ the teaching staff on new agreements with different terms and conditions.

New research published by the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) has recommended that £500 million of NHS funding should be earmarked to provide mental health professionals for every school in England.

Five schools have been named the winners of the Pupil Premium Awards for their work to improve the life chances of disadvantaged pupils.

Tottenham Hotspur football club is reportedly looking to open an academy in London with a leading independent school.

Oldham College has relinquished control of Waterhead Academy and Stoneleigh Academy, following claims that it was no longer ‘feasible’ to sponsor them.

According to research conducted by the FCSA, a trade association for professional employment services, changes to tax relief rules mean thousands of supply teachers could lose out on over £200 per month.

Mental health charity the Charlie Waller Memorial Trust will fund £175,545 to provide one-to-one training for over 1,000 members members of school staff across southern and western England.

According to leaders of 80 of Northern Ireland’s (NI) largest schools, fewer teachers and larger classes are a result of rising costs.

The National Audit Office (NAO) has questioned the Department for Education’s (DfE’s) handling of the financial statements of academy trusts, sayin

Head teachers and school business managers have warned that funding cuts could cause special educational needs units at mainstream schools to close.

The All Party Parliamentary Group on Hunger has highlighted official figures which showed thousands of pupils in England started school underweight in 2015.

School spending per pupil across England is expected to fall by at least seven per cent in real-terms between 2015-16 and 2019-20, according to a new report from the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS).