Parents are paying around 32 per cent more for a property which is in the catchment area of an ‘outstanding’ school.

A petition calling for open book examinations in GCSE English to be introduced has received more than 109,000 signatures.

A mental health charity has launched a campaign which hopes to get mental health education delivered in schools.

Education secretary Justine Greening has detailed how £2.4 million will be spent on improving school buildings and creating extra pupil places

Using free school meal data as a way of measuring poverty among pupils is unreliable, researchers say.

The ATL's Mary Bousted has said she is concerned cash-strapped schools could “exploit” teaching apprentices as a cheaper replacement for qualified staff.

Lack of science facilities and equipment means introverted students stand back when it comes to hands-on learning, research finds

José Mourinho, Theo Walcott and Gary Cahill are fronting a campaign to use football to inspire children in 10,000 primary schools.

Schools that have adapted their teaching to encourage students to develop ‘engineering habits of mind’ boosts pupil achievements, according to a new report

Ofsted is considering using social media to track pupils and parents to decide which schools need an intervention.

School votes in favour of pollution masks for pupils

Proposals to change the system for assessing children at primary school have been announced by education secretary Justine Greening.

A new public property company set to help create 500 new free schools has appointed its new chief executive.

Ofqual has confirmed that the first annual National Reference Test (NRT) has been held and went according to plan.

Pupils with special educational needs and disabilities are at risk of being turned away by mainstream schools because of a lack of funding, councils say.

The government has scrapped plans to make grade 5 the benchmark pass mark for the new reformed GCSE.

A new public property company is set to purchase and develop sites to help create 500 new free schools.

The Education Funding Agency and the Skills Funding Agency are set to become one agency.

The National Children’s Bureau is calling on the government to identify and support children who drop out of education.

A new book which explains the main issues of Brexit to young readers has been released by children’s publisher, Raintree.

According to research by Cambridge University, encouragement from teachers helps to keep pupils engaged with education after the age of 16.

The Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) has been questioned over whether it is paying teachers less than minimum and living wage for marking.

The Greenwood Academies Trust is set to lose two of its schools following criticism from Ofsted.

A behaviour expert has released guidance for teachers on how to deal with disruption in class.

Each council in Wales is set to receive an extra £10,000 to buy musical instruments for pupils.

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