According to a University of Oxford and BBC study, children aged nine to 11 have reported feeling less sleepy in the afternoon.
Nick Gibb, who is responsible for Spag tests and harder Sats, has been reappointed schools minister for the Department for Education (DfE) in May’s reshuffle.
Anne Milton and Robert Goodwill have been appointed as new ministers at the Department for Education (DfE).
BP has launched a collection of free, curriculum-linked science learning materials in order to boost science learning in primary schools.
Justine Greening will remain as education secretary despite her majority of 10,180 being reduced to 1,554 in the general election.
Exam board OCR has apologised for “poorly wording” an A Level psychology test question, BBC has reported.
According to The Herald Scotland, teachers are threatening to boycott controversial classroom tests for primary and secondary school pupils.
Neil Carmichael, previous chair of the education select committee, has lost his seat in parliament to his Labour opponent David Drew.
Apprenticeship hiring is expected to increase by 59 per cent, a survey by the Association of Graduate Recruiters suggests.
Over twenty-two per cent of schools are being used as polling stations, with hundreds having to close completely, according to Schools Week research.
Charlie and Lola author Lauren Child takes over the post from illustrator Chris Riddell.
Seventy-five per cent of respondents to a TES survey said they did not expect schools to improve as a result of the general election.
The number of students saying their university was "poor" or "very poor" value had almost doubled since 2012, according to a survey published by th
The National Union of Teachers is set to launch a billboard on Birmingham’s Spaghetti Junction warning of school cuts.
According to a survey by the National Citizen Service, more than half of teenagers admit they have cried because they are "stressed out" by exams.
New research has revealed that there has been a 361 per cent increase in the number of children being taught at home in the past 10 years.
Four in ten young teenagers buy sugar-filled drinks during the school lunch break, despite a ban inside school gates, new research finds
Teachers in Scotland have warned that they will go on strike unless they get a pay increase of up to 16 per cent.
Over a half of teachers have experienced or witnessed hate crime in the last two years, a poll shows.
More than two in five parents (43 per cent) say education and school funding is an important issue in deciding how they will vote.
An online petition to save universal free school meals for infants has been set up by headteachers following Conservative plans to scrap them
Support staff that administer medicines and conduct criminal record checks are amongst those being cut, which could risk pupil safety.
According to government statistics, the proportion of education professionals who are in a trade union dropped by 155,000 last year
According to analysis from the Institute of Fiscal Studies (IFS), all three parties’ proposals will leave spending on sixth forms around 10 per cent lower than secondary schools.
Research by the National Literacy Trust also shows that 78 per cent of primary pupils enjoy reading, the highest levels recorded
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