£38m will help build new classrooms, refurbish buildings and upgrade equipment in readiness to deliver T-Levels from September 2020.

£10m will help children from disadvantaged backgrounds better access the natural environment as part of the Year of Green Action

The latest round of applications is encouraging applicants in parts of the country that have not previously benefited from the free schools programme.

The new website will allow schools to bypass brokers’ fees and deal directly with suppliers to get the best deals.

The round-table was attended by representatives from all major faiths and saw Damian Hinds set out the benefits of becoming an academy school

The Department for Education is forming a new advisory panel to assess existing apps to improve education in the home environment

Previously part of the National School Meals Week (NSMW), this year Host a School Chef is now a standalone year long programme and is sponsored by Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute (ASMI)

The new curriculum will break down traditional subject boundaries and empower teachers to be more innovative.

New projects have been launched to improve the education and training of young people leaving care.

The strategy includes more early career support, opportunities for flexible and part-time working, and a reduction in teacher workload.

Forty-four per cent of drivers aged under 25 think driving is such an important skill, it should be added to the school curriculum

A review of PSE education calls for updated guidance to strengthen the delivery of age and stage appropriate consent education