After the Everyone’s Invited movement shone a light on worrying stories of sexual abuse in our schools, we asked Ofsted to carry out a review.
The Covid-19 pandemic has created challenges across the entire education system. Throughout, we have acted swiftly to help minimise the impact on pupils’ education and provided extensive support for schools, colleges and early years settings. Here are the key education milestones from the …
The Holiday Activity and Food Programme (HAF) has been supporting children and families in the school holidays since 2018 and was significantly expanded in light of the pandemic last year. Here is everything you need to know about the programme and how it could help you.
On 17 May the country moved on to step 3 of the Government’s roadmap and further restrictions were lifted. For parents, teachers and students, this means there will be some changes in the classroom and a look forward into the summer term. Here are what these changes mean for you, …
New legal duties to protect freedom of speech at universities and colleges in England have been announced by the Education Secretary. These measures will safeguard academic debate and prevent people having their opinions and views silenced.
Today is the start of Mental Health Awareness Week in the UK and to mark it, we have announced that thousands of children and young people will benefit from better support and expert advice in school and college.
We know how important music and the arts are to a rich and well-rounded education. From learning musical instruments to coming together in ensemble bands and choirs, music and the arts support pupils’ creativity. Below, we outline the key things …
A study has shown the percentage of secondary school age pupils testing positive for COVID-19 has dropped from 1.4% to just 0.3% compared to November last year.
Around half of university students – those doing practical courses – have already returned to in-person teaching. All university students who haven’t yet returned to campus and in-person teaching will be able to do so from Monday 17 May.
We want every school in the country to be part of a family of schools in a strong multi academy trust. But what are academies and what are the benefits of of this plan?
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