64 per cent of pupils in eligible MATs reached the expected standard in all of reading, writing and maths, which was lower than the national average of 66 per cent.

The Conservatives won a majority in the general election, meaning Boris Johnson stays as Prime Minister. What does this mean for education?

Union NAHT has suggested five steps for families considering an internet-enabled gift, so that they are as ‘switched on’ when they talk to their children.

Green Party pledges to write off student debt

The Green Party will write off existing debt of all former students who studied under the Conservative-Liberal Democrat coalition government.

More awareness needed over new T Levels

The NFER has argued that significant work is needed to raise awareness of T Levels for the programmes to succeed.

Teachers worried about child poverty this Christmas

The majority of teachers are worried that yet more children in their school will be hungry and cold this Christmas.

Pupil inequality heightened by parent donation disparity

Pupils in the poorest regions of the country are being left behind because parents cannot afford to fill funding gaps with donations.

Primary school teacher numbers are at their highest level since 1980 and total teacher numbers have risen by 288, new statistics have shown.

There were 590,855 special consideration requests made this year, down from 615,370 in 2018.

A Guardian investigation has found that nearly one in five school buildings in England require urgent repairs.

NEU research has shown that more than £300 million in one-off capital and revenue grants has been spent on failed free schools, University Technical Colleges (UTCs) and studio schools since 2010.

The Association of Play Industries is urging political parties to ensure that the inactivity crisis facing children is placed at the heart of politics.