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A report from Mathematics in Education and Industry (MEI) outlines a curriculum for a new qualification that focuses on the maths needed for everyday life and work

The Scottish Government is undertaking an independent research project to better understand the needs of students who are estranged from their parents or guardians.

The paper by UCL shows that there has also been an increase in the percentage of education professionals who have been prescribed antidepressant medication

Education Minister Kirsty Williams published the revised Curriculum for Wales guidance and confirmed an additional £15m to support teachers as they prepare for its implementation.

40 per cent of the teachers surveyed feel that their senior leadership team is not engaging in climate change as an issue

Five of London’s most polluted boroughs - Newham, Islington, Southwark, Westminster and Brent - have will be extending the Mayor of London’s air quality audit programme.

Ofsted is seeking views whether to introduce a new ‘quality of education and training’ judgement, with a focus on the ITE curriculum, to replace two current judgements.

The Active Partnership Network will set up partnerships between schools and local sport providers, encouraging them to open up their sport facilities 

Board games can help improve maths skills

The EEF has claimed that teachers and early years staff can use storybooks and games to help young children develop their early maths skills.

‘Whole school’ approach to mental health in Wales

The Welsh Government has annoucned new funding to protect, improve and support the mental health of children and young people.

College leaders and governors from top performing schools have been appointed to help improve standards of further education and training at colleges.

Science Minister Chris Skidmore spoke at the BETT Show, reiterating the government's commitment to education technology and working with industry to create solutions that address some of the challenges in education.

HP has launched its HP Digital Skills Community Bus, a converted double decker bus kitted out with the latest education technology.

Electric vehicle campaign Go Ultra Low has announced the winner of Ben Fogle’s Hero to Zero Emission Miles Challenge, a national school competition which encouraged pupils to choose zero emission travel.

The government is funding trials of new assistive technology for pupils with special educational needs and disabilities in up to 100 schools and colleges.