Boris Johnson has said that primary schools could reopen for three year groups from 1 June but teacher unions have expressed serious concerns over the plans

A letter sent by the British and Irish Group of Teacher Unions says that re-opening school prematurely could create a "very real risk of creating a spike in the transmission of the virus".

The Department for Education is reviewing its list of free online education resources during Coronavirus (Covid19), and is allowing suppliers to submit their products for consideration.

Public Accounts Committee has warned that the Department for Education does not have a grip on mounting pressure in the SEND system.

The EPI recommends that the pupil premium is doubled so schools can provide catch up classes for disadvantaged pupils making transitions into primary and secondary education

The Department for Education has published a number of case studies on how schools are operating during school closures.

Ofqual's consultation on awarding GCSEs, AS and A levels this summer closed on 29 April and Ofqual has made its first decisions.

Almost half of university applicants think that the coronavirus crisis will have a negative impact on their chances of getting into their first choice university

The money will be used to support work to safeguard vulnerable children including children with disabilities, those who are critically ill, care leavers and children in the early years.

Northern Education Trust is sending hundreds of books to care home residents and encouraging them and students to send book reviews to one another.

The Education Secretary has announced measures to boost support for students, stabilise the admissions system and ease pressures on universities’ finances

A consortium of school travel associations is calling on the government to provide some certainty to all schools by setting an official embargo for school visits, with an end date