Results from the government’s first ever Call for Evidence on Artificial Intelligence in Education have been released, which will help inform future policy.

In its second year, the times table national data has shown that more children scored full marks in the check than last year.

Ofsted has announced that it will implement all four changes proposed in its recent consultation on post-inspection arrangements and complaints handling.

Six education and training leaders have been recruited to the National Association of School-Based Teacher Trainers (NASBTT) Board of Trustees.

One in five children and young people in England aged eight to 25 had a probable mental disorder in 2023, a new survey shows.

Education organisations NAHT, ASCL, NGA and WomenEd have released their annual analysis of the gender pay gap in education.

The Welsh Government is launching a consultation on changing the school calendar, so breaks are spread out more evenly

The Let’s Go Zero campaign has recruited its first raft of Climate Action Advisors to support schools in creating and embedding zero-carbon practises.

Ofqual is launching a consultation to get insight from the sector on introducing formulae and equation sheets for GCSE exams in 2024.

The All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on School Food has opened entries for its Excellence in School Food Awards 2023/24.

Education Support has released its seventh Teacher Wellbeing Index which shows that stress levels have increased across the sector when compared to 2022.

More than 10 million free school meals have been funded for state primary school children in the capital from the Mayor of London's £135m emergency funding