The shadow education secretary Angela Rayner has been elected deputy leader of the Labour Party under new leader Sir Keir Starmer.

Learning and childcare hubs for the children of key workers will remain open across Scotland over the Easter holidays.

A snapshot survey of teachers has found that 51% of teachers who thought either they or someone in their household had Coronavirus were still asked to attend work the week schools closed

Ofqual sets out details for schools, colleges, students, parents & carers on how GCSEs and A levels will be awarded following the cancellation of this year's exams.

The BBC is unveiling its "biggest push on education in its history" so that children have the opportunity to follow the appropriate core parts the school curriculum

The Education Development Trust has published nine recommendations to policy makers to prevent a 'lost generation of learning' because of the school closures during the COVID-19 crisis.

The Department for Education has published guidance on the changes to newly qualified teacher (NQT) induction during the COVID-19 public health emergency.

Furness Academy in Cumbria is to be converted into a makeshift hospital to provide care to recovering patients who have been in hospital.

Schools could be at increased risk of fraud during the coronavirus pandemic, the EFSA says in its new guidance

The IPPR is calling for an emergency "Digital Access Fund" to provide tablets or other digital devices to households where children cannot get online.

YoungMinds has revealed that more than 80 per cent of young people with a history of mental ill health have found their conditions have worsened since the coronavirus crisis began in the UK.

Following the decision that no exams will take place during this summer, the ASCL has published guidance on how to address the process of assigning grades to pupils.