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The Department for Education has released guidance for schools on the coronavirus vaccination programme for 12 to 15 year olds, to understand their involvement and help them answer any questions they may get.

Long-serving schools minister Nick Gibb has been removed from his position, in a surprising move in Boris Johnson's cabinet reshuffle.

Nadhim Zahawi has been appointed education secretary in Boris Johnson’s cabinet reshuffle, replacing Gavin Williamson.

A Twitter post by Gavin Williamson has said it had been a privilege to serve as Education Secretary 

All current mitigations, including the use of face coverings by pupils in secondary school classrooms, will still be required until the October holidays.

Ofsted has launched updated guidance for summary evaluations of multi-academy trusts (MAT

School leaders have commented on the recommendation of the chief medical officers to offer Covid-19 vaccinations to 12 to 15-year-olds, urging that the process is undertaken purely by medical professionals

Psychology students from economically disadvantaged backgrounds, particularly those from BAME groups, feel left behind during the pandemic, according to a new British Psychological Society survey

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Some twenty years on from the ban on asbestos in construction, its presence in many older school buildings remains a national problem, writes John McClean from the Joint Union Asbestos Campaign

The PE and Sport Premium will continue to be funded next year, with a £320 million investment, and any money leftover from the grant this year or last can be used by until 31 July 2022

Over the 2021 summer term, many teachers opted to take their teaching beyond the classroom walls in response to Covid operating guidelines. So what can we learn from this?

Polegate School - photo credit Wernick.

Modular schools are helping to resolve many of the problems encountered by the education sector when undertaking new build or refurbishment projects, writes the MPBA

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By following five practical steps, school leaders can significantly reduce their chances of falling victim to cyber crime, writes Sarah Lyons from the National Cyber Security Centre

Trumpington Park Primary School, part of Cambridge Primary Education Trust, has signed up to an international project that could fundamentally rethink space utilisation in the classroom