Pupils all over the country are beginning to return to schools and colleges after their summer breaks. For many pupils they will be returning with far fewer restrictions than when they left for the summer holidays.
This year GCSE, A level, and vocational and technical qualification students will receive grades determined by their teachers. There is no one better placed to judge young people’s abilities than their teachers, who see them day-in-day-out.
Learning a language has so many benefits. Whether it’s learning about a new culture or history, improving your memory or your performance across other academic areas.
Today (Monday 19 July), the country moved to Step 4 of the Government’s roadmap and further restrictions were lifted.
We know it’s been a hard year for everyone. This summer we want children and young people to take part in fun activities to get moving and learning, to help them get off to a flying start for the next …
Helping students catch up is one of our priorities. That’s why we’ve provided £200m for a programme of summer schools as part of the £3 billion the government has invested in helping pupils boost their learning following the disruption caused …
Here are four things you didn't know about swimming in schools.
This year schools across England will get a total of £39 billion in core funding to spend on children’s education – this is known as revenue funding. This includes what they spend on paying teachers, leaders and staff, teaching resources …
We’re asking teachers, parents and other school staff for their views and ideas on managing good behaviour in schools and colleges.
This year, 98.4% of pupils starting primary school got one of their preferred choices. The figure for secondary schools was 95.5%.