A free online mapping and analysis platform is being offered to schools in order to support secondary schools in using Geographical Information Systems (GIS).

According to research by union NASUWT, nearly one-third of teachers have reported being abused online in the past 12 months.

Research by the NSPCC reveals that children aren't being shielded from inappropriate and dangerous content on social media sites.

According to a report by the Higher Education Policy Institute (HEPI), bursaries for trainee teachers should be scrapped and replaced with a new system of forgivable fees.

The British Nutrition Foundation (BNF) has launched a new professional development platform for primary school teachers.

School leaders’ union NAHT has suggested five key priorities for political parties to include in their General Election manifestos, and grammar schools in not one of them.

Children’s access to critical educational opportunities is becoming increasingly dependent on their parents’ ability to pay, a teachers union has said.

The Labour party has revealed plans to re-introduce EMA, and raising corporation tax in order to fund it.

MPs have questioned “how much of a grip” the Department for Education has on providing school places when needed in England, the BBC has reported.

According to the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS), schools would need an extra £1 billion to protect them from real-terms cuts in 2019-2020.

A new competition is offering primary school children the chance to get feedback on their writing from award-winning authors.

School leaders are outraged after Ukip has proposed that girls at risk of female genital mutilation (FGM) be forced to have school-based medical checks regularly

MPs are calling on the government to use the tax on sugary drinks on schemes to help feed hungry children outside of term.

Jeremy Corbyn’s pledge to give workers an extra four bank holidays each year would reduce the school year to 186 days for pupils.

Ofqual is calling for schools, parents and students to report evidence or suspicions of cheating, malpractice or wrongdoing.

RSC Tim Coulson has resigned from his role to become chief executive of the Samuel Ward Academy Trust in Suffolk.

An investigation by Tes has revealed that schools are locked into PFI contract which forces them to pay more than they should for everyday items.

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has said that primary school children are being crammed “like sardines” into school classes, the BBC has reported.

Research by the Royal Holloway University of London shows that learning to read by sounding words improves the accuracy of reading aloud.

The Lead Association for Catering (LACA) has announced that this year’s school meals week will begin 13 November.

According to analysis of regional school commissioner (RSC) data, there are not enough sponsors ready to take over failing schools in the north.

Schools are being called to sign up to a new national project which plans to boost computing skills in Welsh Primary Schools.

Obesity Action Scotland (OAS) is calling on local government election candidates to “transform” school meals to cut down child obesity.

Radicalisation is seen as the top online security concern in schools, overtaking cyber bullying and child grooming, research shows.

According to an online survey by the National Union of Teachers, nearly 50 per cent of all respondents had not been told whether their school contains asbestos.

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