Schools

Education funding now ‘less progressive’, warns IFS

'Levelling-up' under threat as demographic changes and policy decisions mean less extra funding is targeted at poorer pupils

Freddie Whittaker
Freddie Whittaker
Schools

Schools can ignore trans pupils’ gender preference, claims attorney general

But heads say claims schools can ban trans pupils from toilets or wearing uniform of their chosen gender just...

Freddie Whittaker
Freddie Whittaker
Schools

New London regional director revealed after RSC rebrand

Eight regional directors have been named in a DfE restructure, becoming schools' 'point of contact' in each area

Tom Belger
Tom Belger
Schools

‘Hitler invented antisemitism’: Tackling Holocaust misconceptions and hate in schools

Tom Belger joins teachers visiting Auschwitz amid alarming levels of Holocaust ignorance and antisemitism

Tom Belger
Tom Belger
Schools

Let all girls play football at school, say Lionesses after Euros victory

England women's squad writes to Tory leadership hopefuls asking them to 'invest' in girls' football

Amy Walker
Amy Walker
Schools

1 in 3 teachers spends £200 a month on travel as fuel costs soar

A Teacher Tapp poll also found almost one in five says their household is 'scraping by' each month

Tom Belger
Tom Belger
Schools

Truss U-turns on ‘disaster’ plan to cut pay of teachers outside London

The favourite to become the country's next prime minister said a 'war on waste' would save £8.8bn

Amy Walker
Amy Walker
Schools

Free school firm with two staff wins potential £70bn net zero deal

The Place Group will help schools buy services to hit emissions targets through a new 'everything net zero' framework

Tom Belger
Tom Belger
Schools

Government promise to end 15-year school cash squeeze ‘won’t be met’

The IFS think tank says per-pupil funding will actually be 3 per cent lower in real terms by 2024-25

Tom Belger
Tom Belger