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If approved, councils will be required by law to provide the equivalent of 25 teaching hours per week in primaries and 27.5 hours per week in secondaries across the school year.

144 public sector organisations responsible for schools, hospitals, leisure centres, and universities will benefit from the funding.

The Education Committee has launched a new inquiry into teacher recruitment, training and retention in state-funded English schools.

A new report shows that 70% of children would like schools to incorporate more technology into the curriculum, and 35% of students prefer to study coding over traditional subjects.

School leaders' union NAHT has called for there to be a pause in Ofsted inspections, following the tragic death of headteacher Ruth Perry.

The Confederation of School Trusts launching an inquiry to explore the theory and practice of improvement within school trusts.

Education unions and the DfE have agreed to move into a period of talks over teacher strikes, with no further strike dates to be announced for two weeks.

The Welsh Government has confirmed that free school meal holiday provision will be available to children from lower income families for the Easter break and may bank holiday.

Data analyses by FFT Education Datalab shows the amount of children marked down as attendance “code B”, meaning the child is educated off-site. 

£289 million in start-up funding will enable schools and local authorities to test options to increase the availability of wraparound childcare in the longer term.

Education unions respond to the lack of investment in education in the Spring Budget as "bitterly disappointing".

The Tes School Wellbeing Report reveals that staff in schools are no happier than they were during the pandemic, amid a budget crisis, heavy workloads and unrest over teacher pay.

Union NAHT has called on the government to allocate funding towards identifying school buildings at risk of collapse ahead of its Spring Budget statement on Wednesday 15 March.

School governors, head teachers, PTAs and others working in schools have written to the Chancellor urging him to increase child benefit and expand free school meals eligibility.

The Welsh Government has launched an incentive to attract more people from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic backgrounds into teaching.