A new report has been published with perspectives from MAT leaders on the challenges facing trusts and what approaches are working in practice.

Active Travel England is inviting local authorities in England to apply for funding to encourage active travel, which could include developing safer routes for children to walk to school.

The Nature Prize will support schools to increase access to nature, improve biodiversity in their school grounds, and kick-start climate action.

Following news that the government plans to extend sprinklers to care homes, but not in schools, insurer Zurich Municipal has described the move as illogical.

Ofsted has published a review into how science is taught in England's schools, and is the first in a new series of reports looking at how subjects are taught.

Nearly half (45%) of all young people who reported having long COVID felt they had fallen behind their classmates due to the pandemic

New research has revealed teachers’ fear that the cost of living crisis is the biggest challenge facing pupils in 2023, with one in five teachers and head teachers (22%) choosing this as their main concern

A poll from YouGov of 5,092 adults in Great Britain revealed that 51 per cent supported strike action by teachers.

The NAO’s report on Education recovery in schools in England shows variation in how far and how quickly pupils have recovered learning

Unions Unison, GMB and Unite are calling for an above-inflation pay rise from April for support staff, as well as for the minimum hourly pay for school support staff to raise to £15.

The ProVeg School Plates Awards are designed to recognise the positive steps taken by school caterers to create healthier and more sustainable menus.

Hyundai has launched the ‘Great British School Trip’ programme, which will provide 25,000 school children aged seven to 14 with free school trips in 2023.