71 per cent of respondents to the NGA-Tes survey said funding is the main issue facing their school.

The UK has more than twice as many GCSE pupils per teacher as the European average, according to research

A programme that unites pupils in the UK with school children in Africa, Asia and the Middle East has been launched.

The Welsh Government will receive £8.7m in 2018/19 and £14.8m in 2019/20, representing the cost of the pay award for teachers in Wales.

Highways England traffic officers will be delivering road safety lessons to schools along the A30 in Cornwall

Professionals from across different industries have been appointed to chair new panels which will lead work on designing the content of the next set of new T Levels.

A Joint Ministerial Task and Finish Group is being set up to accelerate work on this approach.  

The Scottish Government has launched a national strategy for school libraries, which includes 20 action points to support the improvement of literacy and numeracy

A report by the Public Accounts Committee has said that it is unacceptable so many schools are exempt from re-inspection and that the government should review its approach.

A survey by online parking portal YourParkingSpace.co.uk has found that more than one-in-ten respondents would like to fine pavement parkers up to £100.

98.7 per cent of this new generation of teachers have a degree or higher, which has risen by 4.4 percentage points since 2010

Forty-two per cent of pre-school providers have said that there was a chance they could closed within the next academic year due to the 30 hours offer and underfunding.