Isle of Wight Council can fight school holiday ruling
Isle of Wight Council is told it can apply to challenge a High Court decision in favour of a father who took his daughter out of school in term time.
European referendum: Pupils 'fear being forced out'
Heads are warning that young European pupils fear they may be forced to leave Britain in the wake of the vote to leave the EU.
Tim Whewell visits the special schools springing up in Turkey to help the refugee children of Syria's "lost generation".
New Ofsted boss quizzed on lack of teaching experience
Amanda Spielman, the government's preferred candidate for the next chief inspector of schools in England, is challenged over her lack of experience...
Pat Glass resigns as Labour education shadow secretary
Pat Glass resigns as Labour's education shadow just two days after being appointed.
More English schools rated good or outstanding by Ofsted
Ofsted data reveals a slight increase in the proportion of schools judged good or outstanding in England.
University of food awards 'Nobel prize for chefs'
A university dedicated to food is to award an international prize for a chef whose cooking does good as well as tastes good.
Italian PM suggests UK students could have EU passports
Italian prime minister Matteo Renzi has suggested that UK students wanting to study in Europe could receive passports from other European Union...
School population rises by 121,000
The number of pupils in England's school system has risen for the seventh successive year, according to an annual census.
Work in progress
The OECD's latest survey of adult skills shows how quickly such as Singapore can be improved
Three quarters of children's services weak, Ofsted says
Too many young people in care in England are not getting the service they deserve, with three quarters of children's services inadequate or...
Numbered GCSE grades allowed in N. Ireland
Education Minister Peter Weir will allow pupils in Northern Ireland to receive GCSE grades from English exam boards who provide results using...