The Food Foundation has found that prices of healthy options have risen by up to 9 per cent over the last six months in four out of five major retailers, despite a slowing in food price inflation.

The use of positive reinforcement was identified as impactful for promoting positive relationships and behaviour in schools, a report has found.

Ofcom has published a children's safety draft codes of practice in an effort to protect young people.

Early educators can support young children’s development by teaching them how to be more aware of their feelings and actions, according to the Education Endowment Foundation.

Forty three per cent of teachers said their lessons were disrupted, a survey from Teacher Tapp has found. 


A report by Policy Exchange shows that secondary schools with an effective ban on phones are more than twice as likely to be rated ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted as schools without.

The Education Committee has launched a new inquiry into some universities’ reliance on revenue from international student tuition fees and whether this is sustainable.

The Department for Education (DfE) has released a survey which warns of worsening behavioural issues in students.

A survey conducted by Action for Children found that teachers believe 37 per cent of their pupils faced barriers to their education because of issues outside the school gates. 

Poor mental health in students is contributing to growing levels of school absences, according to a new report by the Centre for Mental Health and the Children & Young People’s Mental Health Coalition.

The NEU (National Education Union) called the Independent Welsh Pay Review Body’s (IWPRB) recommendations on supply teachers a "positive step forward."

Deputy prime minister Oliver Dowden and education secretary Gillian Keegan yesterday (17 April) hosted a roundtable to harness the benefits of technologies like AI could have for the education sector.

Only one per cent of primary teachers think their students have adequate financial skills, a report from think tank Social Market Foundation (SMF) has found. 

Almost one third of parents feel their children's education has been negatively impacted by school funding cuts, according to Parentkind.

Over 90 per cent of children excluded at primary school don't pass GCSE English and Maths, research from Chance UK has found.


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