Data analyses by FFT Education Datalab shows the amount of children marked down as attendance “code B”, meaning the child is educated off-site. 

£289 million in start-up funding will enable schools and local authorities to test options to increase the availability of wraparound childcare in the longer term.

Education unions respond to the lack of investment in education in the Spring Budget as "bitterly disappointing".

The Tes School Wellbeing Report reveals that staff in schools are no happier than they were during the pandemic, amid a budget crisis, heavy workloads and unrest over teacher pay.

Union NAHT has called on the government to allocate funding towards identifying school buildings at risk of collapse ahead of its Spring Budget statement on Wednesday 15 March.

School governors, head teachers, PTAs and others working in schools have written to the Chancellor urging him to increase child benefit and expand free school meals eligibility.

The Welsh Government has launched an incentive to attract more people from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic backgrounds into teaching.

The new funding will help schools and colleges with energy efficiency and decarbonisation priorities.

As key stage 2 test dates have moved as a result of the bank holiday in honour of the Coronation of His Majesty King Charles III, test results will now come out one week later.

A new survey by the Sutton Trust suggests that the National Tutoring Programme is levelling the playing field to access to tutoring between the disadvantaged and well-off pupils

Education unions have written to the Education Secretary to suggest a day of conciliation talks convened by the Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service (ACAS).

There will also be a new digital tool for PE and Sport Premium, to support schools in using the funding to the best advantage of their pupils.