• Earlier this year, Education Secretary Damian Hinds pledged to tackle teacher workload, drive recruitment and boost the retention of teachers. We look at what the DfE is doing to achieve these aims

  • Schools are being urged to make themselves aware of upcoming changes to government energy legislations that will affect their businesses and management of their energy consumption.

  • Each year in England and Wales, more than 1,300 educational buildings suffer fires large enough for the fire and rescue service to be called out. Each building must therefore have a fire risk assessment

  • Thousands of young people are currently breathing in our cities’ toxic air in playgrounds and classrooms. Graeme McCutcheon examines how to protect children by improving school design

  • The Land Trust has launched a three-year education strategy to encourage more children to get out of the classroom and learn in an outdoor environment.

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The 'Fire it Up’ campaign aims to help raise awareness of the variety of apprenticeship options available for young people.

T Levels will be the technical equivalent of A Levels combining classroom theory, practical learning and an industry placement.

The revised framework focuses more on what children learn through the curriculum, rather than performance data and exam results.

The site will clearly show the fees recruitment agencies charge on top of staff wages.

Schools from across the UK are being invited to take part in a national food, farming and environment competition.

‘The Plastic Pollution Challenge’ aims to get children thinking creatively about how they can reduce single-use plastics at school.

The University of York has been chosen to house England’s first centre for excellence for modern foreign languages.

The number of local authority secondary schools with budgets in deficit have almost quadrupled in four years, a Education Policy Institute (EPI) report has revealed

 Features

With obesity levels soaring amongst children, the Children’s Commissioner for England’s report Playing Out highlights the importance of play and physical activity in children

Earlier this year, Education Secretary Damian Hinds pledged to tackle teacher workload, drive recruitment and boost the retention of teachers. We look at what the DfE is doing to achieve these aims

Schools are being urged to make themselves aware of upcoming changes to government energy legislations that will affect their businesses and management of their energy consumption.

Ofsted's Annual report finds that while the overall quality of education is improving, more action is needed to support the children being left behind.

Each year in England and Wales, more than 1,300 educational buildings suffer fires large enough for the fire and rescue service to be called out. Each building must therefore have a fire risk assessment

Thousands of young people are currently breathing in our cities’ toxic air in playgrounds and classrooms. Graeme McCutcheon examines how to protect children by improving school design