Councils should be able to use exclusion zones to stop the protests outside schools, Labour says.
From 2025, physics, chemistry and biology will no longer be offered as separate GCSE subjects.
The government sets out its package for boosting skills and further education in England.
The exam board AQA apologises and says the textbook should never have been approved.
A network of "family hubs" is to be funded in England to provide support services in one place.
How the pandemic has affected child development in one primary school in north-east England.
108 academy trust 'related party transactions' were blocked in 2020-21, more than twice the previous year's figures The post Government vetoes more academy deals with linke
Chancellor also questioned the effectiveness of extending school days The post Government has ‘maxxed out’ on school catch-up cash, says Sunak first appeared on Schools Wee
Councils are 'failing as a corporate parent', experts warn The post Virtual heads powerless as schools ‘pushback’ on looked-after children duty first appeared on Schools We
Documents suggest the Oval trust 'set a deficit budget, miscalculated income...and overspent', while a new board came in after a row with the diocese The post ESFA probes t
Experts said the new West Kent Single Academy Trust Alliance showed there were 'other models' to the government's preferred MATs The post New alliance to stop schools being
The increased likelihood is tied to 'high infection rates among school aged children' The post Education staff now ‘more likely’ than other workers to have Covid first appe
‘These people are doing so much damage,’ health secretary says
Health research and ‘levelling-up’ of transport outside London are among big-ticket items
Chancellor says government has done enough with existing holiday activities scheme
Transport boost in big cities — but long-promised Northern Powerhouse Rail plan delayed in cost-cutting row
Exclusive: 45% of food banks preparing to cut food parcels or turn people away because of supply problems and rising demand as charity warns: ‘It’s dire out there’
Police have arrested a 32-year-old man on suspicion of causing serious injury by dangerous driving
Government suggests current sharp rise is linked to previous lower rates in region rather than Wolverhampton lab errorsCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus c
Bookmaker trials in-shop outlets serving meal deals, burgers and breakfast to gamblers at low pricesWilliam Hill has been accused of deploying “cynical” tactics to keep peo
Sales of frozen turkey, stuffing and savoury bakery items rise in Great Britain as stocking up starts earlyIt may not be a white Christmas but it is already on ice as more
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There is no longer any population or place on earth untouched by PFAS contamination. We are living through a toxic experiment with no control groupThis week the EPA announc
Despite government narrative of a return to normality, schools in areas with high Covid rates lack supportCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageSchool
Today, Ofsted has published its 13th annual report on the effectiveness of care and welfare arrangements for recruits, trainees and officer cadets in Armed Forces initial t
Ofsted’s annual reports on the effectiveness of welfare and duty of care for recruits and trainees in Armed Forces initial training.
Vulnerable children face frequent violence and excessive use of force at Oakhill Secure Training Centre, while living conditions are ‘dilapidated’, Ofsted, HMI Prisons and
Ofsted's Chief Inspector writes about the findings from the latest inspection of Oakhill Secure Training Centre, along with findings from recent visits.
A headteacher and her father were today (11 October) sentenced for running an unregistered school in south London.
A guide for inspectors about physical intervention and restrictions of liberty.