The Educational Institute for Scotland (EIS), has rejected a pay offer from the Scottish Government of  11.5% rise over two years.

Oak National Academy is looking for teachers to plan and deliver a lesson using sample resources and feedback what can be improved.

Report reveals the staggering increase needed in the number of girls studying maths and/or physics at A level, in order to reach equal numbers of male and female students studying engineering and technology degrees.

Applications for the third year of the government's international study programme, the Turing Scheme, are open with placements available from September 2023.

Schools are invited to share their successes by entering the 2023 Education Business Awards, which take place in London on 14 June.

The Welsh Government has announced an extra £8m investment to support digital learning in Further Education (FE) colleges over the next three years.

The popularity of computing degrees is growing faster than for any other course, with students applying in record numbers this year, according to new figures.

There is a growing nervousness in academy trusts about what the future might hold for the health of the sector’s finances, according to the latest Kreston Academies Benchmark Report.

Research from the Youth Sport Trust suggests that children’s activity levels are likely to deteriorate further unless government commits to vital school sport provision beyond this summer.

The National Education Union has postponed planned strike action in Wales next week, after the Welsh government agreed to boost the current pay offer.

LACA is coordinating with contract caterers, school food campaigning groups and charities to create a focused message for Government about the help the school food sector needs.

The Department for Education has published its State of the nation report on children and young people’s wellbeing for 2022, which suggests anxiousness in pupils is higher than in 2020/21.