Nearly two-thirds of headteachers and principals have called for a rebate of 75% or more on exam fees following the cancellation of this summer’s public exams and the responsibility for assessing exams shifting to schools and colleges.

New findings released from The Key reveal that 88% of school leaders surveyed believe CPD is either “extremely important” (50%) or “important” (38%) to the post-pandemic recovery of their school.

The National Fire Chiefs Council (NFCC) has said that the Department for Education's proposed revisions to its fire safety guidance for schools in England are "immensely disappointing" and believes the department should "think again".

Higher and further education students in Scotland experiencing hardship over summer as a result of coronavirus can apply for financial support if they are struggling

The government has given the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award a funding boost of £3.4 million, so that more pupils, particularly in the most deprived areas of England, can access volunteering and extra-curricular learning through the scheme.

The Welsh Government will provide £33 million to support learners in colleges and sixth forms across Wales, as part of the £150 million it has committed to education recovery.

The government has announced funding to boost higher technical education - technical qualifications that sit between A Levels and degrees

Forty organisation working in youth sport have united behind an open letter calling for the Education Secretary Gavin Williamson to confirm funding for PE and school sport for the next academic year.

The Scottish Govenment is funding summer activities for children and young people most impacted by Covid, with a focus on improving wellbeing.

Ahead of the UK hosting global climate summit COP26 later this year, schools across the UK are being encouraged to start a conversation on climate change with their students through the Together for Our Planet Schools Pack.

Teachers and school leaders will be better supported to recognise sexual harassment and abuse and teach confidently about issues of consent, online pornography and healthy relationships.

Former Ofsted chief inspector Sir Michael Wilshaw will be returning to school leadership, taking up the post of interim head at JFS Jewish mixed comprehensive school