The Department for Education has launched a new recruitment site called 'Teaching Vacancies' where schools can advertise full, part-time and job-share roles.

The Education Secretary is calling for a review of admissions practices after the extent that ‘conditional unconditional’ offers was revealed by UCAS.

The report reveals that under penetration testing (ethical hacking), there is a 100 per cent track record of gaining access to universities’ high-value data within two hours.

The study by UCL Institute of Education discovered that despite claiming to be aware of the challenges of workload before entering teaching, workload was the most frequently cited reason for having left

Two new online apps have been launched by Universities Minister Chris Skidmore to help students make better choices about where and what to study at university.

The government has published its new Education Technology strategy today at the Schools and Academies Show in London, which will highlight ways that technology can reduce teacher workload, improve pupil outcomes and help those with SEND

An EU scheme to fund milk, fruit and vegetables to school children has agreed to continue funding the School Milk Scheme in the UK for the academic year 2019/2020.

Giving young people access to sport in serious violent hotspots is one of the ways the government wants to tackle youth crime.

The number of primary school children in Pupil Referral Units more than doubled since 2011, according to analysis by the Labour Party.

The government is reportedly consulting on plans to launch a new register of children in England who are being educated at home.

A new multiplication tables check has been designed to help ensure primary children know their times tables up to 12 off by heart.

Ahead of a Downing Street Summit today on violent crime, teaching union NASUWT has urged for consideration to be given to the pressures on teachers before putting additional legal duties on them