A ministerial taskforce has been launched to kick off work on the Child Poverty Strategy.

The Labour Party have won the general election, with Kier Starmer to take the role of prime minister from Rishi Sunak.

Reports of online child sexual abuse and exploitation in Scotland have increased by 21 per cent according to new data from Police Scotland.

Early Years Minister Jayne Bryant has welcomed guidance aimed at creating an anti-racist culture in childcare settings in Wales.

Ormiston Academies Trust is launching a pilot scheme in Stoke and Suffolk to help vulnerable students remain in mainstream schooling.

The Scottish government has published legislation to create a new national qualifications body and an independent inspectorate of schools and other educational providers.

There has been an increase of 52 per cent in children’s screen time between 2020 and 2022.

Teachers' union NAHT has launched its manifesto 'For Their Future' calling for children’s education to be a pivotal part of the debate leading up to the July general election. 

The prime minister has announced an early general election on 4 July. 

Menopause training should be a requirement for all school leaders, Daniel Kebede of the National Education Union (NEU) has said. 

The National Education Union has said that introducing minimum service levels would place restrictions on staff who have democratically and legally voted for strike action.

Every state school in England will now share their daily attendance registers across the education sector to reduce student absences. 

The Department for Education (DfE) has released new guidance on mobile phones in schools, stating that school leaders should prohibit their use during the school day.

Baroness Bull to lead cultural education plan advisory panel

The plan aims to 'articulate and highlight' importance of high-quality cultural education in schools.

Johnson urged to put defibrillators in all schools

The father of a boy who died from an undiagnosed heart condition has called for defibrillators to be as common in public buildings as fire extinguishers.

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