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A new study finds that some teachers in England are working more than 60 hours a week, including the time spent marking and planning during weekends and evenings.

The Department for Education has launched the bidding round for the next wave of free schools, targeted at areas in need of new mainstream schools.

The Government has today launched a 'major' review that will look at the support available for children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) and how it can be improved.

Teaching assistants are using their own money to help families buy school uniforms, fund trips and provide lunch money, according to a new survey.

The education secretary has announced plans to increase teachers’ starting salaries to make the profession more attractive and boost recruitment.

Nearly five years on since the SEND reforms were introduced, children with speech, language and communication needs (SLCN) are still not getting the support they need.

Dental surgeons believe that making all schools in England sugar-free would help tackle 'worrying' levels of child tooth decay.

New research reveals being born just three weeks premature can impact upon children's development, particularly if it means they fall into an earlier school year.

The All-Party Parliamentary Group on a Fit and Healthy Childhood has had its research credited by the House of Commons.

Families challenging the Department for Education’s introduction of the Reception baseline assessment have been refused permission to take the case to a full judicial review.