Two new resources for early-years SEND provision have been created by the Department for Education and will be hosted by nasen

The survey by Unihealth also showed that almost of quarter (23 per cent) of students suffer from panic attacks during exam time

Ofqual is inviting teachers to workshops to offer their perspectives on the assessment of this summer’s reformed GCSEs, A-levels and AS levels.

The Scottish government has announced proposals to better support Scottish students with career and academic advice after school.

123,713 referrals were made by schools seeking professional mental health help between 2014/15 and 2017/181.

The government will retain the 50 per cent cap on faith admissions for free schools, but will make it easier for faith groups to open new voluntary-aided faith schools to meet local demand.

The government has announced over £25 million worth of contracts to improve training for school staff in dealing with pupils with additional needs, as well as provide additional support and advice for families.

Education Secretary Damian Hinds has announced a £50 million fund to expand the number of places at existing good or outstanding selective schools, alongside measures to make them more accessible to disadvantaged pupils.

A study from the exams regulator Ofqual has shown that students studying reformed biology have stronger practical skills than those who took the pre-reform qualification.

A new report from the Higher Education Policy Institute (HEPI) calls for changes to the higher education system to make it more inclusive.

Fit For Sport has revealed that 79 per cent of pupils measured through their Healthy Active Schools System (HASS) are failing to meet the recommended fitness levels for their age.

Private Christian school Grangewood Independent Primary School in Newham is under investigation following serious concerns about the its governance