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Up to 287,000 state primary school children across London are now benefitting from free school meals thanks to unprecedented £135m emergency funding from the Mayor

Education Secretary Gillian Keegan delivers oral statement to MPs on new guidance on reinforced autoclaved aerated concrete (RAAC) in education settings. 

 

New statistics reveal that over 20% of children in England are regularly missing school, signaling ongoing struggles in restoring attendance levels to pre-pandemic norms. According to the

 

Nick Gibb, the Schools Minister, has revealed that buildings at 52 schools in England faced the potential of sudden collapse due to unsafe concrete.

Artur Ekert, a Polish-born professor at Oxford University, has been awarded the Milner Award by the British Royal Society. This recognition is for his groundbreaking

 

Ofsted will conduct a thematic inspection of RAAs this year to understand how key areas of adoption practice contribute to good outcomes for children and others affected by

 

In a recent development, the British government has issued an immediate directive for the closure of school buildings constructed with a specific type of concrete that has

 

A private school in Edinburgh has offered an apology for its "brutal and unrestrained" historical abuse, as claims against 20 teaching staff at Edinburgh Academy surfaced.

 

In a public letter addressed to Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, five teenage girls, ranging in age from 13 to 15, have urged him to maintain single-sex restroom facilities in

Over 4,300 Jewish children attending state-funded primary schools across London are set to benefit from free kosher meals as the new school term commences, according to