The forthcoming Martyn’s Law is designed to keep people safe by reducing the risk to the public from terrorist attacks at public venues.

16,530 students who received free school meals (FSM) have also gained a place at university, which is a 60% increase from 2019.

Computing degrees have seen an 11% growth in the numbers of 18 year old UK women due to start at university, compared to last year

T Level results for the academic year 2022/23 have been published, with (90.5%) achieving a Pass or above in their overall T level results across all pathways.

Research shows parents children are divided over whether university or an apprenticeship is the best next step towards a career

The top A-Level results of A* or A in England, Wales and Northern Ireland have fallen for a second year running - with 27.2% of all grades achieving the top grades.

A new survey looking at how prominent cyber attacks are in different industries has shown that the education sector has experienced the most cyber attacks.

Richmond Council has confirmed it is providing additional funding to local schools, to support the Mayor of London's expansion of free school meals to all primary aged children from September 2023.

Former Ofsted chief inspector Dame Christine Gilbert will succeed Sir Peter Lampl as the Education Endowment Foundation's next Chair.

The government has urged university unions to restart talks and prevent the disruption from the ongoing marking and assessment boycott.

Millions of free meals are being handed out across the capital this summer, as recent statistics have shown that half of parents are struggling to buy food and essential items.

The Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee calls on the Government to explore the options and affordability of extending the provision of free school meals.