Disney and Change4Life have created curriculum-linked activities made up of 10-minute bursts that pupils can do in the school day.

The 2019 awards were presented by Angellica Bell, who opened the ceremony talking about the teachers that had made an impact on her life.

The advisory group will be led by Malcolm Trobe, an education specialist and former General Secretary of the Association of School and College Leaders.

Children growing up in care will have more opportunity to gain places at the top private schools as part of a government drive to improve outcomes for vulnerable children.

#Goldilocks has been written to help parents and children talk about responsible use of social media

The Military Child Wellbeing Course is designed to encourage children in the military community to explore the unique challenges they experience

A survey by mental health charity Mind has shown that almost two in five (38 per cent) of all pupils said they wouldn’t know where to go to access support within school.

The government will pilot different approaches to education about gender roles so children will learn about different careers at primary school age.

The hubs will provide a range of support for primary and secondary computing teachers in schools and colleges in their area

Charities and councils will share £350,000 to provide activities and meals to poorer children

Sixty-six schools in deprived areas have been awarded a share of £22 million funding to increase their early years provision in areas.

The 13th annual National Apprenticeship Week will take place from 3 to 7 February 2020.