'Less burdensome' automated data collection hailed as 'first step to more efficient approach'
A quarter of schools have more than 15 per cent of teachers off - nearly double the rate in...
MPs are investigating why Gypsy, Roma and Traveller children have the worst exclusion and attainment rates
One school has seen six bids to replace a dilapidated classroom rejected, sparking claims rural schools are at a...
DfE says outcome of election for advisers on academy oversight will no longer be announced this month
Proposals will 'inevitably' affect school staff, but measures are needed to tackle pollution, leaders warn
The leeway given to Nuneaton Academy raised eyebrows, with other academies and maintained schools facing swifter intervention
Trust set up to take on challenging schools is going national
Downgraded ‘outstanding’ primary schools tell Schools Week new inspections are not a level playing field