Survey reveals the pressure of Primary SATs

A new poll by YouGov has revealed that headteachers’ and primary school leaders’ are frustrated with the government’s assessment regime.

Teaching of deaf children 'heading for crisis' warns Association

National Deaf Children’s Society says the number of specialist teachers has fallen by 15% in the last seven years

ASCL report warns about of the negative aspects of GCSE system

Geoff Barton “Why do we insist in rubbing their noses in disappointment?”

The Mayor of London's Fund has launched Maths Week London, which is set to become an annual event dedicated to improving children’s attitudes towards maths

Advisory group to examine pressure on teachers

Education Secretary Damian Hinds has announced a new advisory group which will examine how teachers and school leaders can be better supported to d

ASCL survey reveals a 'rising tide' of pupil poverty

A survey conducted by the Association of School and College Leaders (ASCL) has revealed that Secondary schools are reporting a 'rising tide' of pup

Maths Anxiety a real concern, suggests Cambridge University study

Students in the UK highlighted a general feeling that maths was more difficult than other subjects and that often contributed to their worries, leading to a lack of confidence.

Julia Wood and Sally Hazlehurst spent the day with Chester Grosvenor’s Executive Chef Simon Radley as part of Host a School Chef

The report into air pollution from Public Health England urges for action to be taken to reduce air pollution in the vicinity of schools.

Schools do not have the ability or the resources to counter the complex societal problems behind the rise in knife crime.

3,500 additional school places will be created for children with special educational needs or those facing additional challenges in mainstream education.

EEF publishes evidence-informed school governor guide

Education Endowment Foundation says that using external evidence can help governing boards to improve practice