Many further education providers suggested that tuition had re-engaged learners, increased their confidence and resilience, and changed their attitudes to learning

Ofsted has published the first of two independent reviews of the government’s tutoring programme.

Gillian Keegan has been appointed the new education secretary, in new prime minister Rishi Sunak's cabinet reshuffle.

The National Education Union's Dr Mary Bousted has said that the new prime minister needs to look with fresh eyes at the education sector and recognise the strains it is under.

A new report from Ofsted finds that providers are working hard to ensure that T-level courses achieve their aims, but that there are challenges to overcome. 

As the contest for new Prime Minister gets underway, thirteen education associations have written urgently to Conservative MPs, urging them to keep the education funding crisis at the forefront of their minds as they vote for the next prime minister.

School and education leaders have written a letter to the government demanding Free School Meals are offered to all children in families receiving universal credit in England.

The Scottish Government has launched a consultation on how qualifications and assessment should be reformed to ensure learners’ achievements are fairly recognised.

A new book, ‘My School Governance Handbook’ has been published to provide greater support to volunteer school governors in the UK.

The support includes early maths, language, and social development training for 10,0000 professionals through the third phase of the Professional Development Programme (PDP3).

The SAMHE project, will distribute free high spec air quality monitors to schools, linked to a specially designed interactive Web App.

The Welsh Government has launched a consultation, seeking opinions on proposals to update school uniform guidance and to support families through the cost-of-living crisis by making uniforms more affordable.