Special measures school in Liverpool promises turnaround

Alsop High School Technology and Applied Learning Specialist College in Liverpool has promised swift action to turnaround performance.

Teacher recruitment hitting disadvantaged schools hardest

Teachers in the most deprived state schools are less confident that current job vacancies in their school will be filled.

Car Free School Streets for Birmingham

A scheme that closes roads around schools to motorised traffic is being piloted in Birmingham from this September.

Welsh school uniforms to becomes more gender neutral

Welsh schools will have uniforms which are more affordable, accessible and gender neutral.

Workshops to prepare students for independent living

New workshops will be available from September to support schools and colleges teach young people about living independently.

The Education Technology framework, designed by Crown Commercial Service (CCS) helps schools, colleges and universities to buy ICT equipment and services

Sixty-five per cent of pupils have met the required standards of reading writing and maths, up from 64 per cent last year, according to government data on key stage 2 SATs.

The guidance for setting executive pay enables boards to be confident and accountable for the decisions made on their executive salaries.

The Healthy schools rating scheme is a voluntary initiative for schools that recognises and encourages their contribution to supporting pupils’ health and wellbeing.

Level 4 and 5 qualifications will be renamed as Higher Technical Qualifications and quality approved, to get more students to study them.

During the meeting the CEO of the charity Mind, Paul Farmer, underlined the importance of placing teachers’ wellbeing at the heart of schools’ and colleges’ decision-making

71 per cent at state secondary schools and 64 per cent at independent schools told the Language Trends Survey 2019 they were concerned about the content of language exams