30,000 fewer children are being bullied in schools in England, according to a new government study.

In light of the beginning of Anti-Bullying Week, the Anti-Bullying Alliance published figures which found seven in 10 teachers feel under equipped to manage mental health problems, stemming from bullying.

According to a YouGov poll, 31 per cent of teachers believe their schools have not implemented a performance-related pay (PRP) despite it being a statutory requirement for more than two years.

New research published by Education Datalab has found that some secondary schools are moving challenging pupils to neighbouring schools, in order to boost their own GSCE league table scores.

Government figures, from the Department for Education (DfE) suggests that nearly one in six teachers entering England’s classrooms for the first time last year qualified overseas.

Schools should assume a ‘no excuses’ culture based on strong academic attainment, a tough stance on discipline and an emphasis on good manners, says Schools Minister Nick Gibb.

Over 1,000 head teachers are earning in excess of £100,000 a year, according to research from the TaxPayers' Alliance.

The government should not ignore the effect that living in a disadvantaged area can have on poor pupils' educational chances during its proposed shake-up to school funding, a new report says.

‘Selfish’ head teachers who encourage their students to remain on for sixth form instead of offering career advice on vocational alternatives are failing students, Ofsted chief Michael Wilshaw has claimed.

A new design and technology (D&T) GCSE developed with industry experts has been unveiled by Schools Minister Nick Gibb.

The gap in attainment in GCSE results in the north and south of England is not getting narrower, according to provisional results from summer exams.

Ofsted has warned that a number of young people are at ‘significant risk of harm’ from attending unregistered schools across the country.