The Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IME) has recommended that the primary school curric

Environment Secretary Elizabeth Truss has announced plans for new food degree apprenticeships which will combine a high quality degree and on-the-job training.

A total of 17 schools across Edinburgh have been shut down due to safety concerns, leaving at least 9,000 pupils unable to return to school after the Easter break.

Schools are being encouraged to register their initial interest in buying tablet devices to facilitate price reductions through ‘collective buying power’.

Rebecca Clark, the National Education director for Oasis Community Learning Trust, has been appointed as the new Regional Schools Commissioner for the South West of England.

Ministers are set to abandon controversial plans to judge primary schools according to new baseline tests for four-year-olds after a government-commissioned report found the move to be ‘inappropriate and unfair’.

The House of Lords social mobility committee has published a report claiming that scrapping the national curriculum for pupils over 14 and taking careers advice away from schools could help young people make better choices about their future.

Figures from the Scottish government have revealed that the 11 secondary schools in Renfrewshire have lost 82,000 days to truancy.

The Eduction Endowment Foundation (EEF) has claimed that teaching ‘real-world maths’ could help GCSE students gain a better grade in their maths exam.

Mary Bousted, general secretary of the Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL), has warned cuts to school library budgets risk the literacy of children.

The Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL) has warned that pupils who rely on free school meals are left hungry over the holidays and has called for better holiday schemes which include meals.

According to a poll conducted by the Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL), the mental health of children as young as six is being risked by exam stress.