Analysis by the Labour Party reveals that the government’s summer schools will reach just eight per cent of pupils across England.

Peter Kyle has been appointed as the new shadow schools minister, taking over from Wes Streeting, who has been promoted to a new shadow cabinet-level role covering child poverty.

A new report by the Education Policy Institute finds that a three-year funding package totalling £13.5bn will be required by the government to reverse the damage to pupils’ learning

Recruitment has launched for the second wave of the Nuffield Early Language Intervention (NELI), a programme proven to be effective in raising outcomes in Reception-age children’s early language, communication and speech skills

Over half of 11 and 16 years surveyed by GCSEPod said they felt more anxious about their studies than they did this time last year.

Inspections by Ofsted found that in some schools, practice was not always as good as it could be and very few teachers had been trained in teaching geography.

A new research report shows that some pupils with SEND in mainstream schools are not getting enough help to support their learning and development, even when external services are involved.

Ofsted has published the second in a series of reviews into different subjects across the curriculum, this time looking at religious education.

A new bill will strengthen the legal duties on higher education providers in England to protect freedom of speech on campuses, for students, academics and visiting speakers.

New internet laws are included in the draft Online Safety Bill to protect children online and tackle some of the worst abuses on social media

Step 3 of the roadmap out of lockdown can go ahead, which means that residential education visits happen from 17 May

In line with data on the continuing decrease in deaths and hospitalisations, pupils will no longer be required to wear face coverings in the classroom or communal areas in schools and colleges