The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has announced he is supporting a new study into the health benefits of reducing air pollution on more than 3,000 primary school children in polluted areas of London and Luton.

Universities Minister Sam Gyimah has called on higher education institutes to examine the value offered by all courses.

A new £9.8m project has been announced that will improve learning outcomes for disadvantaged pupils across the world by building a global evidence network.

Six new members have been appointed to the new Child Safeguarding Practice Review Panel.

Schools across the country are encouraged to wear green, fundraise and take part in community activities as part of Green for Grenfell Day on Friday 15 June.

Eighty-five per cent of respondents to an online survey from union EIS stated that workload had either increased or increased significantly during the past year.

Anne Heavey, nasen

Anne will join nasen as National Director for Whole School SEND

Teachers Building Society has launched two new competitive 95 per cent Loan to Value (LTV) mortgages to get teachers on the property ladder.

Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced a £127,000 funding boost for the Catholic Teacher Education Programme, which will enable 322 trainee teachers to get their CTC.

A new report published by a coalition of education organisations shows overwhelming support for making personal, social, health and economic (PSHE) education a compulsory subject for all pupils in all schools.

The Scottish government is calling for views on proposals to further reduce sugar and other measures to make school meals, drinks and snacks healthier.

Birmingham City Council’s education catering division, Cityserve, will cut stocked sugar through menu development, product replacement and a nutritional education programme.