SEND association nasen has held its awards in celebration of those who make a real difference to young people with SEND.

£2.5m of Welsh Government funding over the next three years will help colleges and universities to accelerate student entrepreneurship and help support students starting a business

Depression from senior leaders has risen from 25% in 2017 to 40% in 2018, according to the Education Support Partnership's Teacher Wellbeing Index 2018

The amount of pupils achieving the expected level across all of the government’s early learning goals increased from 69 per cent in 2017 to 70.2 per cent this year.

The Mayor of London has published an interactive online map with details of over 1,000 activities available for young Londoners across the capital during the half-term holiday

Damian Hinds has said he would not rule out legislation to ensure more accountability for schools that permanently exclude children and place them in alternative provision

A sports education company has invested £200,000 to launch a campaign to help primary schools across the UK tackle obesity among pupils by increasing their levels of participation in physical activity.

ProcurEd North takes place on 28 November in Greater Manchester, and will bring together expert speakers and professionals from the procurement and education sector.

The Welsh Government has begun its Rural Education Plan by connecting rural schools with other classrooms via video technology.

As part of the government's first loneliness strategy, which was launched today (15 October), 'loneliness' will be embedded into relationships education classes

Research by Tes and the Association of School and College Leaders (ASCL) has found that 70 per cent of schools are not 'fit for purpose'.

The first 37 providers to receive funding from the Taking Teaching Further (TTF) programme have been announced by Skills Minister Anne Milton.