The campaign comes after eleven year old Robbie in Plymouth created a YouTube video describing his experience of regularly being singled out for displaying symptoms in class.

Oasis will be given complete autonomy to set the curriculum and timetable, and will decide how they recruit, train and pay staff.

Damian Hinds has expressed concerns over courses not offering value for money for students and taxpayers

The key change to the handbook is a new requirement for academy trusts to show they have checked the compliance and efficiency of their internal systems.

The Early Career Framework will provide new teachers with a two-year package of structured training and support.

The new Disabled Students’ Commission will help to identify and promote good practice which helps those with disabilities have a positive experience at university.

The Department for Education has released guidance outlining how schools can ensure their pupils understand how to stay safe and behave online

Every leader from every general further education college in England has written to the Education Secretary and Chancellor asking them to implement the recommendations from the Augar Review.

KidZania London will be hosting anti bullying activities on 29 June 2019, as part of WWE’s ‘Call Out Bullying’ campaign with the children’s charity the NSPCC.

Academics at Manchester Metropolitan University found that the resilience of teachers was influenced more by how a school is run and its culture than internal and personal factors

Children, aged between four and 11, are taking part in Brake’s Kids Walk with Shaun the Sheep.

The government has published the final guidance for schools on relationships, sex and health education ahead of it becoming compulsory from September 2020.