British Queen celebrates



In a significant development within the UK's academic landscape, City, University of London, and St George’s, University of London have formally agreed to merge, consolidating their respective


A recent national survey conducted by researchers from King’s College London suggests that primary school children in the UK have a more favorable view of the


A recent ruling regarding anti-Zionist academic David Miller's dismissal from the University of Bristol and the recognition of anti-Zionism as a protected characteristic in the workplace has


A new teaching apprenticeship will launch this autumn revolutionising the way schools recruit teachers while supporting more people to earn while they study for a degree.


London Nautical School, currently under the jurisdiction of Lambeth Council, is in the process of transforming into an academy sponsored by the City of London Corporation, according to a


Speaking at the Bett show in London today (Wednesday 24 January), the Education Secretary encouraged the sector to innovate and explore the potential of Artificial Intelligence (AI)


A 12-year-old student from Devon, Rory Bidwell, has gained entry into Mensa after achieving an impressive IQ score higher than both Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking. Rory, hailing from


Jackie Currie, Executive Director, Business Operations provides an update on student Maintenance Loan payments.


Achieving a longer and healthier life involves adopting simple habits that can slow the aging process and promote overall well-being. Dr. Nirusa Kumaran, the medical director at London

Labour leader Keir Starmer is advocating for a comprehensive child health plan that includes measures such as supervised toothbrushing for three to five-year-olds, a ban on junk food