UCAS reports record progression to higher education for exam sitting students

425,830 students are celebrating being accepted into university or college - the second highest on record.

Cleverly expects A-level results to be lower due to 'inflated' pandemic grades

Cleverly suggests it was "always the plan" to bring A-level results down after two years of 'inflated' teacher assessed grades

The Get Help with Technology Programme has sought to provide devices to children and young people to support their education and keep them connected to teachers during the pandemic.

A majority of teachers are continuing to work for several hours each week during the summer holidays, a survey from Tes has shown.

New research shows two-thirds (66%) of parents of children aged 4-16 are worried about exams or assessments not reflecting what their children are capable of because of the pandemic

Three-quarters (77%) of teachers noticed that substandard air quality caused concentration problems in students, while 53% said performance or grades suffered.

The Help for Households campaign includes back to school deals from Amazon, with discounts ranging from backpacks and uniforms.

Youth charity Impetus has published a report with a package of reforms that it says must be implemented in order for the NTP to reach the children who have fallen behind at school.

Bristol's youth mayors are calling on schools in the city to stop excluding students, instead offering more support to keep young people on the right path.

The number of 18-year-olds from the most deprived areas in Scotland being offered a place at university is at a record high - up 32% since 2019, the last year there were exams.

The research shows that the number of kids growing up in poverty in key worker households has increased by 65,000 over the past two years to nearly 1 million (989,000) in 2022.

Currently all of outer London’s monitoring stations are exceeding the new WHO recommended guideline for harmful pollutant NO2 


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