Thousands more children could be returning to overcrowded classrooms as pupils in class sizes...

New analysis from Labour shows that the number of pupils in the North West in class sizes over 30 has increased by over 44,000...

Separating primary school children in preparation for SATs could be ‘damaging’

A fear of poor SATs results is driving headteachers to separate pupils by ability despite the impact on children’s self-esteem and confidence, according to...

Two-thirds of parents concerned about lost learning – and want policies to promote children’s...

Data from a new survey, conducted between 23 February and 2 March, provides some of the first evidence on how parents view the scale...

Poorer students in sixth forms and colleges trail their more affluent peers by as...

A new report by the Education Policy Institute (EPI),has found that poorer students in sixth forms and colleges trail their more affluent peers by...

Williamson- “I hope pupils will be able to go on to the next stage...

The Education Secretary has confirmed the details of this summer's examinations to Parliament this morning. In a statement Gavin Williamson said that "the end is...

Government announces additional school funding which includes plans for summer catch up programme

The government has announced further elements of the recovery support package so children and young people can catch up on missed learning and development...

Education unions slams “Big Bang” school reopening plan

“The announcement that all pupils will return to English schools and colleges on 8 March demonstrates, again, that Boris Johnson has, despite all his...

Focus on ‘catching up’ on lost learning during the pandemic places unnecessary psychological pressure...

The British Psychological Society is today urging the government to reconsider its emphasis on the idea that children and young people need to ‘catch...

New research finds no evidence that schools are playing a significant role in driving...

New research led by epidemiologists at the University of Warwick has found that there is no significant evidence that schools are playing a significant...

Greater Manchester Tech Fund and Huawei donate £60,000 of remote learning kits to schools

Five schools across the Greater Manchester area are being given more than £60,000 worth of computer equipment by Huawei so their pupils can join...