News

Police called in as anti-vaxxers ‘grab’ pupil at school gates

Education leaders have branded the behaviour as 'utterly unacceptable'

James Carr
James Carr
Academies

Nominations open for RSC adviser elections

The DfE wants more academy chiefs from under-represented backgrounds to run for election as advisers to regional schools commissioners

Tom Belger
Tom Belger
News

Zahawi encourages vaccine take-up as schools rollout flags

The education and health secretaries have urged parents to get their children vaccinated as the school Covid jab programme...

James Carr
James Carr
News

1 in 15 secondary pupils now test positive for Covid

Secondary school pupils have the highest Covid positivity rate of any age group in England

James Carr
James Carr
News

Quarter of schools surpass DfE contingency thresholds requiring stricter Covid measures

School leaders are calling for changes to the government's current Covid guidance

James Carr
James Carr
school funding

Richer trusts get richer by investing spare cash

A handful of trusts are making six-figure sums through stocks, wealth managers and other investment strategies, while most get...

Tom Belger
Tom Belger
News

First mainstream schools set to get CO2 monitors – 4 weeks after rollout started

Mainstream secondary schools are finally set to receive CO2 monitors over the next fortnight – a month after the...

James Carr
James Carr
News

Zahawi vows to ‘tackle harassment head on’ following anti-vax protests

Education secretary says protests are 'outrageous' and warned 'no one should be stigmatised for their decision'

James Carr
James Carr
Covid

£20m fine and 3 years in prison: how pressure groups are threatening schools over Covid jabs

Calls for guidance as pressure heaped on schools ahead of vaccine rollout

James Carr
James Carr