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Charity Living Streets has delivered a report to the Transport Minister, Jesse Norman, setting out recommendations that would make it safer for children to walk to school, as well as clear up air pollution.

The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has launched an online teaching resource, billed as a ‘one-stop shop’ for people who want to become a teacher in London

The government has announced it will be working on new laws to increase online safety, including making the internet safer for children

A new poll has revealed that two thirds (74 per cent) of people believe that reading is the most important life skill a child can learn

Arts University Bournemouth (AUB) has launched an augmented reality (AR) app, which allows users to experience its campus remotely.

The government’s statutory safeguarding guidance, Keeping Children Safe in Education, now provides additional advice to help staff deal with allegations of child-on-child sexual violence and sexual harassment.

Over 40 business advisers are signed up to start offering bespoke business support to schools, School Systems Minister Lord Agnew has announced.

Nicola Sturgeon and Jamie Oliver discuss cutting childhood obesity in Scotland

The new THINK! campaign is urging children to ‘stop, look, listen, think’ and is fronted by children’s presenter Sam Homewood.

School Standards Minister Nick Gibb has announced £6 million investment to improve maths teaching in the North of England, to mark the first National Numeracy Day.

The government has stopped third parties accessing pupil data while it reviews its approval process in preparation for the GDPR.

Two new resources for early-years SEND provision have been created by the Department for Education and will be hosted by nasen

The survey by Unihealth also showed that almost of quarter (23 per cent) of students suffer from panic attacks during exam time

Ofqual is inviting teachers to workshops to offer their perspectives on the assessment of this summer’s reformed GCSEs, A-levels and AS levels.

The Scottish government has announced proposals to better support Scottish students with career and academic advice after school.