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The launch of the most expansive childcare expansion initiative in history is underway, offering significant relief to thousands of parents of two-year-olds nationwide.

 

A recent survey conducted by early years charity Kindred² has revealed widespread support for the notion that children should be toilet-trained before starting primary school.

 

Gillian Keegan, the Education Secretary, recently shared her poignant experience visiting the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration and death camp, describing it as "deeply moving and troubling."

In anticipation of an exciting summer of sports events in 2024, schools across the UK will soon receive updated guidance aimed at enhancing physical education (PE) and ensuring equal access

 

The BBC News has obtained data revealing the UK's highest outstanding student debt to be over £230,000.

 

A prominent child protection expert has sounded the alarm on the grave threat posed to tens of thousands of children at risk of being lured into criminal activities by organized gangs.

 

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.