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The Welsh Government has committed to plans to regain pre-pandemic progress in reading, maths and science, as PISA results are published.

Pupils in England have risen up the international rankings for maths, placing England as one of the top performing countries in the western world.

The CST is seeking legal advice over plans to implement minimum service levels in schools during strikes.

School leaders’ union NAHT has warned that it is ‘deeply concerned’ at climate crisis and the impact it is having on pupils, education workers and communities across the world.

BESA surveyed 943 UK schools over the Autumn term to understand their experience of SEND provision.

Minimum service levels will ensure that in the event of any future strike action, children and young people can continue to receive education 

A new pilot Climate Schools Programme has been launched, designed to help students explore solutions to tackling climate change and discover future careers

Over a third of ITT providers are experiencing stronger recruitment at this stage of the year compared to last year, according to survey findings from NASBTT.

Results from the government’s first ever Call for Evidence on Artificial Intelligence in Education have been released, which will help inform future policy.

In its second year, the times table national data has shown that more children scored full marks in the check than last year.

Ofsted has announced that it will implement all four changes proposed in its recent consultation on post-inspection arrangements and complaints handling.

Six education and training leaders have been recruited to the National Association of School-Based Teacher Trainers (NASBTT) Board of Trustees.

One in five children and young people in England aged eight to 25 had a probable mental disorder in 2023, a new survey shows.

Education organisations NAHT, ASCL, NGA and WomenEd have released their annual analysis of the gender pay gap in education.

The Welsh Government is launching a consultation on changing the school calendar, so breaks are spread out more evenly