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Ministers and campaigners have backed a new pledge to end the use of Non-Disclosure Agreements within universities to silence complainants in sexual harassment cases.

Guidance has been published to ensure food served outside lunchtimes, such as at breakfast clubs and after school clubs, adheres to school food standards.

School staff in England and Wales are to be included in draft guidance on how to identify people who have self-harmed for the first time.

A new report by NFER warns that recent and anticipated changes to free school meal (FSM) eligibility will make it ‘almost impossible’ to track the attainment of disadvantaged pupils relative to their non-disadvantaged peers over the next decade.

A new initiative to divert young people away from criminality has been launched after cyber attacks designed to block access to schools’ networks or websites more than doubled during the Covid-19 pandemic.

State school teachers are almost twice as likely to report that one in 10 or more of their colleagues were absent due to covid.

The Department for Education’s revisions to the subjects’ content will ensure students understand what vocabulary and grammar skills will be needed in their exams.

The Welsh Government has announced £46m to help post-16 education and community learning providers reduce their carbon footprint and improve their digital connectivity.

Nearly four in five school leaders say mental health and wellbeing was the biggest challenge for their organisation in the last year, according to a new report, which highlights the scale of the mental health crisis facing schools.   

The government has launched a consultation on proposed changes to keeping children safe in education (KCSIE) statutory guidance.

Following calls from the Education Secretary for former teachers to temporarily return to the profession, data shows that 485 former teachers have signed up with agencies, and a further 100 Teach First alumni have also expressed interest.

The illegal school, Aysha Tuition Centre (ATC), was located at premises previously used by a registered private school, Oak Tree High (OTH).

Schools responded to the challenges caused by the pandemic by employing varying strategies targeting specific groups, a new report from the Department for Education has found.

Figures from the DfE show that over 300,000 tutoring courses through the National Tutoring Programme began last term, nearing the total figure for the previous academic year.

A NAHT poll reveals that more than a third (36%) of its members said they had more than 10% of their total staff absent on the first day of term due to Covid-related reasons.