Data revealed by the Department for Education-funded Transition to Teach programme shows that 90% of newly qualified teachers still see themselves in the teaching profession five years from now.

New research has revealed that more teachers than ever are personally providing food to students due to welfare concerns.

New research from the National Literacy Trust shows that over half (56.6%) of those aged 8 to 18 don’t enjoy reading in their free time.

Research commissioned by Ecclesiastical has revealed that four in five schools (79%) have experienced crime during the past 12 months, up 15% on the previous year.

Schools across the country have been advised that any space or area with confirmed RAAC should no longer be open without mitigations in place.

The government has teamed up with health professionals, fitness experts and sports stars with the aim to get another 3.5 million children and adults active by 2030.

It has been announced as part of their programme of joint targeted area inspections (JTAIs), Ofsted, Care Quality Commission (CQC), HM Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services (HMICFRS) and HM Inspectorate of Probation (HMIP) will focus on serious youth violence.

More than 400 youth services across England have been awarded funding from the Million Hours Fund to improve access to opportunities like cooking lessons, day trips and sporting activities during the summer holidays.

Top grades and standard passes for this year's GCSE results are back in line with those from 2019, the last time they were held before pandemic disruption.

According to the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA), around 1 in 8 (13 per cent) new students missed their MenACWY vaccine in school

Inverclyde Council is to become the first area in Scotland to introduce free school meals for all primary school pupils.

The Welsh government has announced an increase in support for young people in education or training.