The Education Secretary Gavin Williamson has visited Dudley College of Technology in the West Midlands, which is one of the first institutions to deliver new T Level qualifications

The Mayor is reiterating his backing for the teaching of healthy relationships of all kinds and warns that intolerance and discrimination have no place in London

Ofsted found that leaders at Ambassadors High School in Streatham, south London, had not conducted even the most basic suitability checks on teachers working at the school.

The ESFA is introducing a new way for colleges to submit their finance data, which will help college governors and the ESFA spot signs of financial trouble

This year the competition has three star judges: fashion designer Phoebe English, chef and television presenter, Monica Galetti, and Brompton Bicycles COO Paul Williams.

Differing views of what good behaviour is, and different emphases in training, means it is hard to tell what actually works best in developing good behaviour for all pupils.

The Welsh Government has published new Suicide and Self-harm guidance to support teachers and professionals who regularly come into contact with young people.

Local authorities are coming under growing financial pressure as the demand for supporting school pupils with the greatest needs rises.

An independent investigation into exam malpractice has found ways to better protect the system

Education caterer Cityserve has cut three tonnes of sugar from school meals as part of a campaign to cut the amount stocked by its schools.

The latest round encourages applications from parts of the country that have not previously benefited, as well as alternative provision and special schools.

The University of Cambridge will welcome record numbers of students from low participation and deprived neighbourhoods, and state schools this academic year.