Tens of thousands of micro:bit classroom sets are to be distributed to schools for free, as well as brand-new teaching resources to accelerate computational thinking and programming.

Eighteen schools have been selected to be part of the Government’s Language Hubs programme to lead on how language learning is taught across the country.  

Ofsted has released a statement saying that it will avoid inspecting any education setting that is on the Department for Education’s published list of education settings affected by RAAC.

A new House of Lords report warns that the Office for Students (OfS) and Government are failing to act on the looming financial crisis facing the higher education sector.

The Modular and Portable Building Association (MPBA) is keen to support education settings affected by RAAC to get temporary buildings to help extend available facilities.

The Education Committee has launched a new inquiry into screen time and the impact it has on education and wellbeing.

The Teacher Mentoring Programme is specifically designed to enhance mentoring practices within organisations and foster the professional growth and retention.

The Education Committee has published its report on the appointment of Sir Martyn Oliver’s candidacy for the role of His Majesty’s Chief Inspector (HMCI) at Ofsted.

A report by Ofsted shows that frequent interactions between children and adults are fundamental to developing all young children’s knowledge in the prime areas of learning, such as communication and language.

Over 87 per cent of schools in England are providing uniforms and clothing to some pupils to tackle the impacts of cost-of-living pressures, a new report finds.  

The list of schools and colleges where the presence of Reinforced Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (RAAC) has been published by the Department for Education.

Schools from 389 Multi-Academy Trusts are now signed up to the Let’s Go Zero campaign, with the largest trust in England signing up nearly 100 schools in one go.