A new survey looking at how prominent cyber attacks are in different industries has shown that the education sector has experienced the most cyber attacks.

Richmond Council has confirmed it is providing additional funding to local schools, to support the Mayor of London's expansion of free school meals to all primary aged children from September 2023.

Former Ofsted chief inspector Dame Christine Gilbert will succeed Sir Peter Lampl as the Education Endowment Foundation's next Chair.

The government has urged university unions to restart talks and prevent the disruption from the ongoing marking and assessment boycott.

Millions of free meals are being handed out across the capital this summer, as recent statistics have shown that half of parents are struggling to buy food and essential items.

The Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee calls on the Government to explore the options and affordability of extending the provision of free school meals.

As A-level results are predicted to be lower than last summer, a surey reports the majority of students are concerned that they won’t get the grades they need for university.   

There are an estimated 20,000 children and young people – often among the most vulnerable of their cohorts – studying in unregistered alternative provision (AP) settings, a study by the Centre for Social Justice found.

STEM, health, education and business services are among the fastest-growing occupations for graduates, with each needing one million new workers by 2035.

Seven UK schools have been selected to take part in an £18.6 million Decarbonisation Pilot, led by the Department for Education (DfE).

Local authorities can now apply for a share of the £6 million air quality grant which can be used to deliver air quality improvement measures around schools.

Schools that remain within their council have do better than those that converted to academies, according to new research looking at Ofsted inspection outcomes for the Local Government Association (LGA).