As part of the governments Priority School Building Programme (PSBP), 22 schools are set to open this month with state-of-the-art, multi-million pound refurbished buildings.

TES is reporting that the Department for Education (DfE) has started an oversees recruitment drive to tackle the current staffing crisis.

A new maths course for post 16s will include everyday life practical skills, such as how to calculate interest rates, divide a bill and understand statistics.

London could face a pupil place crisis with the school age population set to rise by 12 per cent over the next few years and a possible funding gap, a new report argues.

Prime Minister David Cameron has announced the opening of 18 new free schools, reaffirming his pledge to open 500 free schools by 2020.

The Department for Education (DfE) has appointed the first ever mental health champion for schools to help raise awareness of young people’s mental health.

The latest Key Stage 2 results show substantial increases in the number of 11-year-olds securing maths and literary skills needed for secondary school compared to 2010.

Six councils in the north and north-east of Scotland are to hold a summit to tackle the increasing difficulties in recruiting and retaining teaching staff.

Sir Greg Martin, the executive head teacher of an academy whose trust is under investigation from the Charity Commission for potential financial mismanagement, is to retire.

Teachers and other public sector workers have been warned that the one per cent pay rise promised to public sector staff is not guaranteed.

Oxfordshire County Council is investing £1.1 million to improve facilities and promote free school meals.

87 per cent of school leaders do not support the introduction of the compulsory GCSEs needed to fulfil the English Baccalaureate (EBacc), according to a new survey from the Association of School and College Leaders (ASCL).