The Education Funding Agency and the Skills Funding Agency are set to become one agency.

The National Children’s Bureau is calling on the government to identify and support children who drop out of education.

A new book which explains the main issues of Brexit to young readers has been released by children’s publisher, Raintree.

According to research by Cambridge University, encouragement from teachers helps to keep pupils engaged with education after the age of 16.

The Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) has been questioned over whether it is paying teachers less than minimum and living wage for marking.

The Greenwood Academies Trust is set to lose two of its schools following criticism from Ofsted.

A behaviour expert has released guidance for teachers on how to deal with disruption in class.

Each council in Wales is set to receive an extra £10,000 to buy musical instruments for pupils.

In a bid to generate funds, schools leaders have been letting facilities, hosting weddings and setting up nurseries, according to new research.

Forty ex-teachers are on the path back to teaching following a campaign which aims to tackle school recruitment challenges in Essex.

The Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL) and the National Union of Teachers (NUT) has voted in favour of joining to form a new union.

Research released by charity, The Challenge, has shown that thousands of schools across England are segregated along ethnic and socio-economic lines.

Figures released from the admissions service Ucas has shown that the number of people training to be teachers has dropped by 6.9 per cent.

According to a government-commissioned report, children from poorer areas are not getting the relevant work experience they need to prepare for the

A multi-academy trust in the North of England has failed to secure “urgent and necessary improvements in too many of its schools”, an Ofsted inspection has revealed.

The new funding formula could lead to cuts of seven percent of spending per pupil after 2019- 20.

The number of appeals made against GCSE and A Level exam results in 2016 has dropped by 24 per cent.

Thousands of teachers in Ireland are set to walk out as part of an ongoing pay dispute.

The Education secretary Justine Greening announced to MPs that she will look into offering free sanitary products for some of the poorest pupils.

Pupils in the UK could soon be using Chinese maths textbooks following a deal between HarperCollins and Shanghai publishing house.

According to former education secretary Michael Gove, immigrants and refugee families have helped enhance school results in London.

Figures released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) reveal that women teaching in primary schools are 42 per cent more likely to commit suicide.

Ofsted have issued a warning over spam emails which have been sent out from an email account claiming to be the watchdog group.

The impact of the proposed national funding formula will result in large real-time cuts for half of primary and secondary schools by 2019, according to a report published by the Education Policy Institute.

There has been a 63 per cent increase in the number of complaints regarding school transport following changes to council transport policies.