The government has rejected reports that its Green Paper on mental lacks ambition in terms of scale and pace

An event is being held today, 25 July, where 250 disadvantaged students in year 12 will be encouraged to follow a career in law

Some classroom teachers will get a pay increase of 3.5 per cent, enabled by £508 million funding.

Analysis of the National Child Measurement Programme (NCMP) shows that the proportion of severley obese children in year 6 has reached a record high

Two thirds (68 per cent) would choose a role in a standalone school over a job working within a MAT, according to research from Affinity Workforce

The summer project will be run by EXPECT Youth, Doncaster’s youth alliance which works closely with the Opportunity Area programme by delivering projects for the most vulnerable in the borough.

Mayor of London is urged to keep pressure on government to ensure funding increases per pupil with high needs, and the creation of new special schools where the need is greatest.

A series of online resources to help head teachers eliminate unnecessary and time-consuming tasks has been launched by Education Secretary Damian Hinds

300,000 students responded to the DfE's student satisfaction survey, which also showed that 82 per cent
would recommend their learning provider

Local authorities have been give until 2021 to fully roll out the new national funding formula – a year later than originally stated, to “support a smooth transition”.

A report from the Sutton Trust finds that poorer pupils are less likely to perform well at the end of primary school than their classmates.

The Education and Skills Funding Agency is looking for organisations to supply, manage and accredit Schools Resource Management Advisers so they can be rolled out further.