Angela Rayner has retained her education brief in Jeremy Corbyn's shadow cabinet.

According to a YouGov poll, young people believe that social mobility is getting worse, but education will improve for future generations.

According to new Ofqual data, the number of students taking AS-levels has declined by 42 per cent.

Exams watchdog Ofqual has put out a statement outlining exam provisions to those affected by the Grenfell Tower blaze in London.

The exam board AQA has apologised to pupils for including an unanswerable question in its A Level chemistry paper.

The number of 11-year olds that have been offered their first-choice school in England is at its lowest since 2010.

According to a University of Oxford and BBC study, children aged nine to 11 have reported feeling less sleepy in the afternoon.

Nick Gibb, who is responsible for Spag tests and harder Sats, has been reappointed schools minister for the Department for Education (DfE) in May’s reshuffle.

Anne Milton and Robert Goodwill have been appointed as new ministers at the Department for Education (DfE).

BP has launched a collection of free, curriculum-linked science learning materials in order to boost science learning in primary schools.

Justine Greening will remain as education secretary despite her majority of 10,180 being reduced to 1,554 in the general election.

Exam board OCR has apologised for “poorly wording” an A Level psychology test question, BBC has reported.