In light of World Mental Health Day, children’s commissioner Anne Longfield has published a report looking at the support available to young people with mental health problems.

According to research conducted by the new charity, IPPR, excluded children are the most vulnerable and are twice as likely to be in the care of the state.

A new National College for High Speed Rail (NCHSR) has opened in Doncaster to help young people learn “world-class technical skills”.

Education secretary Justine Greening has launched plans to raise education standards and “broaden the horizons” of young people in areas struggling with social mobility.

Professor Rachel Lofthouse

Education organisations and schools across England are being invited to bid for a share of £50,000 from Leeds Beckett University.

Pupils are more focused on the enjoyment and usefulness of subjects instead of difficulty when choosing their GCSE subjects, an Ofqual report has shown.

Around two-thirds of teachers have not had adequate training in pupil mental health and support, a survey has found.

An evaluation of the Standards and Testing Agency’s (STA) approach to developing key stage 2 reading and maths tests has been published by Ofqual.

Depression and anxiety caused by bullying during childhood will decrease over time, a new study suggests.

Almost two-thirds of secondary school pupils would not mind if social media had never been invented, a new survey has found.

British music at risk due to subject neglect in schools

New music is at risk because the subject is being neglected in schools, the head of UK music has said.

Maths teacher bursaries to increase but upfront payments to be reduced

The bursary for new maths teachers is set to increase by £10,000, however, to encourage them to teach for longer the upfront amount will decrease.

Scottish pupils benefit from STEM learning kits

Pupils at schools across Scotland are set to learn about Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) thanks to new learning kits.

Independent school pupils feel more ready for university, survey finds

State-educated pupils feel less prepared for university in comparison to those which attend an independent school, a new survey has shown.

Sadiq Khan, Mayor of London

Through Early Years Hubs, the most disadvantaged families in London will have better access to good quality, affordable early-years education

Caleb Femi

Former footballer Frank Lampard and Charlie and Lola author Lauren Child are on the judging panel of the ‘Premier League Writing Stars’ competition

The fund, announced by the Education Secretary, will include a new focus on boosting literacy and numeracy skills in Reception year

Justine Greening announces a series of measures to support more schools to attract the best staff, including a pilot for new style bursaries for maths teachers

A social media "jargon buster" guide has been created to decipher the terms and conditions of social media apps so young people know what they are “signing up for”.

Ofsted's Amanda Spielman

To understand how its reports can provide more information and enable choice, Ofsted will undertake a series of parent focus groups

61 per cent of pupils on free school meals reached the expected standard in reading in KS1 assessments by age 7, compared to 78 per cent of other pupils

Sir Theodore Agnew

Sir Theodore Agnew, the founder of the Inspiration Trust, has been appointed as the new minister for academies, taking over from Lord Nash.

Counter Terrorism Policing's safety campaign will teach 11-16 year olds how to react if they are caught in a gun or knife terror attack

Nike and Discovery Education has announced a UK-wide programme which aims to get primary school children moving.

A website selling fake examination certificates has been shut down, the BBC has reported.