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The Local Government Association is calling on the government to make school-based counselling available and fully funded in all state funded secondary schools and academies to help support rising numbers of children with mental health issues during COVID-19.

Teachers can now borrow classroom technology kits which enable them to teach innovative projects controlled by computers

£3.31 million will be available to improve ventilation in schools, colleges and universities in Wales, Education Minister Jeremy Miles has announced.

New research reveals that 78% of primary school parents have changed their way of looking at schooling and assessments for their children after the pandemic

Schools that have suffered from slow internet speeds are now benefiting from full fibre broadband.

The Department for Education has published best practice examples of transition support for year 11 students in alternative provision.

The Department for Education is to start a new research project, using students' data from the grading process in 2020, in order to learn lessons and shape future education policy.

Business Energy Claims has identified a significant, and growing, number of cases of hidden charges and other forms of mis-selling.

The barriers reported by girls to physical activity in schools have remained the same over the last three years but periods have become a bigger concern over the last academic year.

A headteacher and her father have been sentenced for running an unregistered school in south London

As part of plans to recruit and retain world-class teachers, the government has announced plans for bursaries for graduates applying to train as teachers in high demand subjects.

Five education unions have written to the Secretary of State for Education, Nadhim Zahawi, asking him to reconsider the reintroduction of additional safety measures in schools, such as masks and "bubbles"

New Education Secretary Nadhim Zahawi has made his first address to the sector, speaking at the NAHT union Conference, saying he wanted wellbeing to be "at the centre of everything we do in schools".

Fewer than a fifth of UK primary school teachers had received any formal training in remote learning before the COVID-19 pandemic sent pupils home from schools

Just two per cent of the promised carbon dioxide monitors have been delivered to schools so far, a month after the government’s ventilation scheme started.