Around 13 per cent of children in the UK could have undiagnosed eye conditions - like short-sightedness, or astigmatism - that hold back the development of their literacy skills, a report says

Organisations can apply for a share of £150,000 fund to demonstrate how virtual and augmented reality that could improve outcomes for young people in Northern Ireland.

Children aged 4 to 10 years are consuming on average 13 cubes a day, when the maximum should be the equivalent of five to six cubes.

The Environment Agency hosted an event for school pupils and local residents to see the flood defences put in place in Teesside.

Only two per cent of children and young people in the UK have the critical literacy skills they need to tell if a news story is real or fake, according to a new report

More than 100,000 school children from across the UK will take to their streets today (Wednesday 13 June) to raise awareness of road safety and child road casualties.

Regional Schools Commissioner Dominic Herrington is to take over from Sir David Carter as interim National Schools Commissioner from September.

To make the 25th anniversary of National School Meals Week (NSMW), MPs will be invited to a special event at the House of Commons' Jubilee room to sample school catering

A good school experience has a positive effect on the health and achievements of children who experienced abuse or neglect at an early age, according to research from the University of Bristol.

A new £1.7m fund in Wales will help parents cover the cost of school uniforms, school sports kit and for wider activities such as scouts and guides and sports outside of school.

Measures include joining with the Institute of Directors to call on more than 30,000 businesses to encourage their employees to lend their expertise in the running of schools and colleges.

Sixty percent of 11 to 16-year olds say they buy food such as chips or fried chicken from takeaways at lunchtime or after school at least once a week, according to BNF research