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Schools will be able to apply for grants to take pupils to visit partner schools around the world

The review will hear from the universities sector on how the Teaching Excellence and Student Outcomes Framework can be maximised.

The API report reveals that children have never moved so little and points to substantial evidence that screens are a key reason.

The 'Fire it Up’ campaign aims to help raise awareness of the variety of apprenticeship options available for young people.

T Levels will be the technical equivalent of A Levels combining classroom theory, practical learning and an industry placement.

The revised framework focuses more on what children learn through the curriculum, rather than performance data and exam results.

The site will clearly show the fees recruitment agencies charge on top of staff wages.

Schools from across the UK are being invited to take part in a national food, farming and environment competition.

‘The Plastic Pollution Challenge’ aims to get children thinking creatively about how they can reduce single-use plastics at school.

The University of York has been chosen to house England’s first centre for excellence for modern foreign languages.

The number of local authority secondary schools with budgets in deficit have almost quadrupled in four years, a Education Policy Institute (EPI) report has revealed

Two new specialist schools will be built in Essex and Hounslow, helping to meet the local need for school places for children with some of the most complex needs.

A new music curriculum for Key Stages 1,2 and 3 will be created by an independent panel of experts and published in summer 2019

More children and young people will be able to access local clubs and volunteering programmes, such as the Volunteer Police Cadets and the Boys’ Brigade.

A report reveals children from some of the poorest backgrounds will benefit the most from measures to tackle air quality.