Council’s decision to fine parents for pupil lateness backed by government

According to Russell Hobby, general secretary of the school leaders’ union NAHT, “the methods to hold schools to account aren’t as fair as they should be”.

A study from psychologists at the University of Sussex suggests that more than one illustration per double-page distracts children and hinders learning.

A study into teachers’ experience with the Prevent strategy shows that they fear it can negatively impact Muslim students

Ofqual has warned schools that they should expect a lower proportion of their pupils to get top grades in their English Literature GCSE this summer.

According to official statistics, the proportion of school being newly rated ‘good’ or ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted has dropped significantly.

According to an annual report, out of 48 academy chains, only eight saw poorer pupils with high prior attainment go on to progress over the national average.

More than two-thirds (70 per cent) of disabled teachers have been discriminated against, isolated or excluded at work because of their disability.

A controversial south London academy has been issued with a formal termination notice by the Department for Education (DfE).

The government may be reviewing the one per cent cap on teacher pay, Schools Week has reported.

Ofqual has announced that schools and colleges in England will have a second opportunity to challenge GCSE, AS level, A level and project results if they continue to have concerns about marking or moderation errors.

The Department for Education (DfE) has become the first government department to publish its gender pay gap and bonus pay gap.