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Schools could be at increased risk of fraud during the coronavirus pandemic, the EFSA says in its new guidance

The IPPR is calling for an emergency "Digital Access Fund" to provide tablets or other digital devices to households where children cannot get online.

YoungMinds has revealed that more than 80 per cent of young people with a history of mental ill health have found their conditions have worsened since the coronavirus crisis began in the UK.

Following the decision that no exams will take place during this summer, the ASCL has published guidance on how to address the process of assigning grades to pupils.

Ofsted has said it is extending the deadline of a consultation on changes to its post-inspection processes and complaints handling as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

Schools will be able to give children eligible for free school meals a national voucher allowing them to continue to access meals whilst they stay at home

Updated guidance from the DfE says that a school's child protection policy is likely to "not accurately reflect new arrangements in response to COVID-19".

The Education Minister, Kirsty Williams, has announced how current year 10 and 12 learners in Wales will be assessed


To support teacher wellbeing and ensure schools keep incredible teachers, senior leaders need to shift their mindset about what wellbeing is. Kat Howard from Duston School explains how

The DfE has allocated £1.6 million to help schools use their sports facilities outside the school day, with the aim of giving children more sporting opportunities, as well as additional income for schools

We know it can be a headache and expensive to replace things like heating systems whilst balancing the desire to find greener, more renewable solutions, writes Matt Gage, Programme Director for Schools Commercial at the DfE

Susannah Hardyman discusses the impact of school closures on children from less well-off backgrounds

Getting children to spend time studying the outside world has numerous benefits. But for teachers daunted by the prospect of planning a school trip, Mark Castle shares some tips

 Sean Harford, Ofsted's National Director for Education

We talk to Sean Harford, Ofsted's National Director for Education, about the amended focus of the inspection framework, and how Ofsted now looks at schools' handling of disruptive behaviour

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