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

Charity Speakers for Schools found that half of students in the state sector leave school without any work experience – yet this is used a third of the time to assess applications at universities.

Schools could face a £1 billion funding hit over falling enrolment rates, a report from the Education Policy Institute suggests. 

Schools must wait until May to find out their pupil premium funding allocations for the next financial year, the Department for Education has announced.

A report from FFT Education DataLab has found that absence rates among secondary school year groups in key stage 3 were higher last term compared to the year before. 

A report from the Education Policy Institute (EPI) and Renaissance has found that girls' reading and maths results were more negatively impacted than male students by the pandemic.

Ninety four per cent of children due to start secondary school in London this September have been offered a place at one of their preferred schools, new data has revealed. 

Scotland's inclusion of LGBTQ-inclusive education resources in schools have been supported by the majority of parents.

Walk in vaccination centres planned for 12-15 years as COVID infections soar

According to various sources, walk-in vaccine clinics for 12- to 15-year-olds are expected to be established in England within weeks.

Record passes and top grades for GCSEs this year

GCSE students have received another set of record grades, in the second year of disruption to exams.

Study finds lower prevalence of coronavirus in schools

A coronavirus study has found that prevalence of the virus was lower in schools in June 2021 than in the autumn term 2020.

Johnson urged to put defibrillators in all schools

The father of a boy who died from an undiagnosed heart condition has called for defibrillators to be as common in public buildings as fire extinguishers.

Data shows soaring private school grades

Data released by Ofqual has shown that private schools have seen their grades soar compared to state schools this year.

A-level top grades reach record high

Top grades for A-level results for England, Wales and Northern Ireland have reached a record high - with 44.8 per cent achieving A* or A grades.

Students have been treated fairly, says Ofqual

Simon Lebus has said that students getting results this week can feel satisfied that their grades are fair.


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