School leaders' union NAHT has taken the unprecedented step of writing to every Westminster MP to urge them to take the education funding crisis more seriously.
Bradford has become the first city in the country to organise a week of inspirational careers events in both primary and secondary schools.
Read our response to Amanda Spielman's warning that schools in England are focusing too much on working towards academic tests and not offering a balanced enough curriculum
The Secretary of State has announced new investment in tailored support for schools facing the most acute recruitment challenges, alongside new pilot programmes to test loan forgiveness and stretched...
Today a letter sent from the Treasury to the School Teachers' Review Body indicates that the public sector pay cap will soon be lifted for school staff.
It's important to recognise that all schools are unique. Because of this, it's vital that all schools are inspected on the same criteria, including free schools and academies."
Today the Sutton Trust publishes a report which questions the wisdom of the government's decision to prioritise quantity over quality in the early years.
NAHT says parents have a right to know about the extent of the funding crisis.
NAHT reaction to Angela Rayner's Labour Party Conference Speech
An unofficial additional rating will confuse parents and disrupt school improvement.