A report found that pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds were more likely to experience poor mental health and lower GCSE grades as a result.
Research has revealed that just 31 per cent of teachers around the world believe that science education in their country is fit for purpose.
A BBC investigation has revealed that home education registrations in the UK climbed by 75 per cent in the first eight months of the school year, with the Department for Education now saying that it wants to support parents in …
The scheme will start in the autumn term, forming part of the government’s long-term plans to help build back better following the coronavirus crisis.
A new report on the impact of the pandemic on the attainment levels of pupils in Key Stage 1 has been published.
The impact that the pandemic has had on schoolchildren of all ages has been well documented – and there can be no doubt that the effects of the last 18 months will be felt for quite some time to come.
New research from the University of Exeter has found that writing can mature because of work being done in all subjects… not just English.
A new report suggests that agriculture could be used to teach important subjects at a crucial age, with farming linked to many elements within the curriculum.
Mr Collins’ recovery plan focuses on time, teaching and tutoring, with £12 billion going directly to schools targeting disadvantaged pupils.
New research has revealed that nearly a third of adults admit that they struggle with maths and do their best to avoid situations that involve numbers.