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The new school is being built to meet demand for Gaelic medium education.

Schools and local authorities will today find out how government is allocating the first part of its investment - £2.6 billion - for the coming year.

The DfE's Teacher Workload survey has showed that teachers’ working hours have fallen by almost five hours per week over the past three years.

A major new report from the DfE into children's wellbeing has found that the majority of children between 10 and 24 are 'happy' with their lives.

The loan means new school places are financed and delivered up-front – rather than builders having to wait for new homes to be built and sold

Nearly one-in-five (18 per cent) of teens have deleted social media apps off their devices in recognition of the negative impact of social media on their lives.

A new trial will find out if taking part in activities like sports clubs and community volunteering can boost attainment and attributes like teamwork and social responsibility.

Twenty-seven per cent of nursery staff have said that they had seen a rise in the number of children biting in the last five year.

The government has published its latest T Level Action Plan which confirms the details of the remaining 15 T Levels to be introduced from 2022 and 2023

the £35 million government-backed research programme could lead to early identification of vulnerable young people in schools and health services and better diagnosis

Called ‘NexT Level’, the campaign will feature across social media, on-demand television, posters and other digital platforms. T

Trainee teachers in maths, chemistry, physics and modern foreign languages can get up to £35,000 during training and the first four years of their career.

Up to thirty primary schools in highly polluted parts of the UK are being given the opportunity to claim a free 7kW Pod Point charging point

Welsh Education Minister Kirsty Williams has announced the launch of the fourth annual Professional Teaching Awards Cymru

The Education Secretary is encouraging teachers, heads and school leaders to post videos about why they are #ProudToTeach.