43 per cent of children living in urban areas are concerned about the levels of air pollution near their school.
Staff recently carried out visits to local schools in south west Derbyshire to educate pupils about water safety
As first announced earlier this year, the government in Wales has been providing free school meals during the summer holidays after putting £500,00
New ‘Digital 5 A Day’ campaign aims to give children and parents easy to follow steps to achieve a balanced ‘digital diet’.
The ASCL has urged the government to ‘fully fund’ all pay rises in the education sector and remove the one per cent pay cap on teachers’ pay.
Councils have expressed concern that money earmarked for boosting physical activity and healthy eating in schools is not diverted to plug gaps in education funding.
Schools Minister Nick Gibb has pledged to wipe out the use of the word "gay" as a term of abuse in schools, according to the Evening Standard.
Conservative MPs have voted to block plans for sex and relationship education (SRE) to be made compulsory.
A survey by a national children’s charity Barnardo’s has shown that almost three quarters of teenagers want all schools to have lessons on sex and relationships (SRE).
New head of OFSTED Amanda Spielman has come under criticism from the Government for labelling its Grammar schools policy a "distraction" and a “complication”.
The Children and Social Work Bill, which would allow councils to opt out of key legal duties to children, is being debated in the House of Commons today.
Education Secretary Justine Greening has announced a £50 million grant scheme to provide thousands of new childcare places.
Theresa May is expected to announce that secondary schools in Britain will be offered training on how to identify and help children who are suffering mental health issues.
The legal battle between Isle of White Council and a father who was fined for taking his child out of school during term time will be decided in the Supreme Court.
Labour has criticised the government’s flagship free schools policy after figures revealed that children in more than 100 free schools are taking lessons in temporary buildings.
With ISDN lines being expensive to rent, Savvy Schools are making the move to SIP phone services. Is your school ready to make the move?
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