October is Black History Month in the UK and a time to celebrate the contribution Black communities and individuals have made over the centuries in shaping the dynamic and diverse country we have today.
Today is National Poetry Day in the UK, the annual mass celebration on the first Thursday of October that encourages all to enjoy, discover and share poetry.
Here are four things you didn't know about swimming in schools.
After the Everyone’s Invited movement shone a light on worrying stories of sexual abuse in our schools, we asked Ofsted to carry out a review.
There has been further coverage today (Wednesday 21 July) concerning proposals to reduce funding for arts subjects in higher education in England. It is important to clarify the extent of the proposed changes, which may have been overstated in some …
More young people are taking science, technology, engineering, and maths (STEM) subjects at university than ever before, according to statistics published last week by UCAS.
Despite the unprecedented challenges the global Covid pandemic has created this year, the Department for Education has been delivering on the Government’s promise to provide world-class education, training and care for everyone, whatever their background.
Today′s Education in the media blog looks at the way Black history is taught in schools. Protests around the world in the wake the death of George Floyd have sparked conversation about the teaching of Black history in schools. The …
Today’s Education in the Media blog looks at a survey carried out by Bett, The British Educational Training and Technology show, on teacher preparedness for the new Relationships and Sex Education curriculum.
Today’s blog looks at the issue of ‘fake news’, with the Education Secretary warning of the dangers it poses ahead a Social Media Summit he attended today. The blog also features the School Sport and Activity Action Plan which was …