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A report from Edurio identifies which strategies worked best during lockdown and provides actionable solutions and strategies to help manage future disruption.

New research by the Youth Sport Trust has recorded teacher’s accounts of what a return to PE and sport in schools across the UK looks like following six months of closures.

Schools can access videos on YouTube which will provide creative and entertaining content that helps staff to safely offer 30 active minutes in a Covid-secure environment.

Year 7 children will be offered the flu ‘nasal spray’, in addition to all primary school, as part of a major flu jab drive

The Mayor of London has launched an air quality monitoring project to give an accurate indication of the benefits closing school roads to motor traffic at drop-off and pick-up times.

The study from Nuffield/UCL measured how the Covid-19 lockdown affected the wellbeing of teachers and found that slightly fewer teachers were highly-anxious about work after lockdown was imposed

The Department for Health and Social Care has released its list on how COVID tests are prioritised, with teaching staff coming in at number five.

The guidance advises schools to have a location where candidates will wait before the exam that can support social distancing between group bubbles.

The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic has resulted in a surge of teacher training applications, according to a new report published  by the National Foundation for Educational Research (NFER).

£420,000 of funding is to ensure all pupils entitled to free school meals will continue to receive provisions if they are shielding or have to self-isolate.

School leaders’ union NAHT has released the initial results of a survey of its members showing how problems accessing tests for covid-19 is affecting schools and children.

The Mayor of London has announced £2.3 million of investment to provide extra support to pupils returning to school who have been most disadvantaged by school closures.

Young people are calling for more education on climate change, with new research showing more than 2.5 million 7-17 year olds want increased teaching on the issue in school.

However, almost a third (29%) of parents state their child feels unsafe at school, according to a Childcare.co.uk survey of parents.

A survey by Education Support found that 67% of senior leaders working on-site at a school or college during the pandemic said the lack of timely government guidance was a challenge