The government is setting out new standards for equal access to sports, making it clear that girls and boys should be offered the same sports during PE and extracurricular time in schools.

Education charity Future First is launching ‘Schools Alumni Week,’ in a bid to raise awareness of the importance of role models for children from disadvantaged backgrounds.

LACA, which represents school caterers, has announced that nominations for the LACA Awards for Excellence 2023 are now open.

Nine out of ten teachers in the UK do not believe the Online Safety Bill will make children safer online according to data released by EdTech event Bett.

Children and young people will be motivated and equipped to effectively understand their future career options as part of Wales' new curriculum.

Recruitment will begin for up to 25 lead schools who specialise in languages to support up to 105 partner schools who sign up to the programme

The government has published its SEND and AP Improvement Plan, which confirms investment in training for thousands of workers so children can get the help they need earlier.

A new report by the University of Bristol shows how entry rules are hindering social mobility, especially at the most sought-after state schools.

Levelling Up Secretary Michael Gove has suggested that parents of children who are persistently absent from school should have their child benefit payments stopped.

Entrepreneur Ryan Williams has penned an open letter to the Prime Minister, urging the government to overhaul A-Level business studies in the national curriculum.

Schools are unprepared for the impact of ChatGPT on teaching and learning – but rather than banning AI they need support to harness its potential, according to computing teachers.

The Confederation of School Trusts (CST) has published a discussion paper, with ten proposals to reform inspections.