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Education Secretary announces vulnerable children and young people will benefit from grants to voluntary organisations. The Department for Education’s voluntary and community sector (VCS)...
Schools across the country are to receive new advice to improve teaching about mental health and tackle stigma in schools. One in 10 children has a diagnosable mental health disorder - around 3...
New school attendance statistics show the number of persistent absentees is down by nearly 200,000 since 2010. Fewer pupils are persistently missing school than ever before - and the number of pupils...
Funds awarded to projects to train school staff and provide support for pupils affected by homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying. Today eight organisations will be told they are to get a...
Schools to publish childcare provision alongside school performance tables making it easier for parents to know what is available. The information will include what childcare is on offer in primary...
Studying science or maths at A level sends girls’ earnings soaring by a third, a new report reveals today (22 March 2015). The landmark research shows that achieving 2 or more A levels in...
Plans to support the creation of a new, independent college of teaching that will help to put teachers on a par with other high-status professions like law and medicine, and a new fund to champion...
The number of 16- to 18-year-olds NEET has fallen to its lowest level since comparable records began in 2011.   The figures show the proportion of 16- to 18-year-olds NEET has fallen by 0.6...
More than £1 million to help schools across England recruit highly-skilled governors has been announced by Schools Minister Lord Nash. It is crucial that experienced and knowledgeable school...
Young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) will be helped to make the difficult transition from school to the professional world thanks to a new £5 million government...