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Projects will focus on expanding after-school provision in high-crime areas,  supporting the transition from primary to secondary school, and reducing school exclusions

Inspectors will spend less time looking at test data, and more time on what and how subjects are taught

Parents of school-starters are urged to check their child’s Red Book to ensure their children are up-to-date with scheduled immunisations

The funding will allow more children and young people aged 25 and under to access local services to support their mental health

TfL and Sustrans Healthy Street Officers to reduce school-run traffic

Transport for London (TfL) has announced a new programme that will see 'Healthy Streets officers' work across London’s boroughs to reduce school-run traffic and encourage greater walking, cycling and public transport use.

The new online catalogue brings together a range of digital skills courses that are being offered by the IoC’s 33 partner universities and educators

A trial of car free zones that will improve road safety at six Glasgow primary schools will begin on the first day of new school term.

The former trustee at Grangewood Educational Association has been found responsible for serious mismanagement and misconduct in the charity’s governance

A-Level entries to Spanish have risen, making it the most popular language at A level, overtaking French for the first time.

A-Level entries for STEM subjects have increased for both boys and girls – overall a 26.2% rise since 2010

Dental surgeons are urging for the government to encourage all schools in England to go sugar-free in a bid to combat tooth decay.

Overall results in England are slightly lower at grade A and above compared to last year (25.2% in 2019 compared with 26.2% in 2018).

The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) has said the system of predicted grades and unconditional offers is at risk of undermining the process of university admission

Education Secretary Gavin Williamson has wished good luck to young people receiving their A level results this morning.

Geoff Barton from the Association of School and College Leaders believes that students are being put off A-Level English because of reforms to GCSE English