Ofsted’s chief inspector hopes safety measures being introduced in secondary schools – including face coverings in classrooms and rapid coronavirus tests – are in place for “as little time as possible”.
People interested in the world of Artificial Intelligence are being encouraged to apply for one of nine scholarships being offered for an MSc at Aberdeen University.
International pupils attending boarding schools in England will be allowed to self-isolate at their school rather than in a hotel following pressure from parents and headteachers.
Davina McCall and Nick Knowles have backed a campaign for schools to provide clear face masks in schools to help deaf pupils understand their teachers and classmates.
With the forthcoming election for the Scottish Parliament, we as a parents group strongly disagree with Aberdeen City Council’s continued use of Glashieburn Primary as a polling station.
Schools must be kept "safe and hygienic" if secondary pupils are to return as planned, an Aberdeen councillor has warned.
Some secondary pupils in Wales could return to schools to “check in” with teachers before the Easter break, the country’s education minister has said.
Pupils choosing to stay on for S5 could increase due to the coronavirus pandemic, a new report has said.
Lockdown end ‘firmly in sight’ as all secondary school pupils set to return part or full-time on March 15
Nicola Sturgeon urged caution at Holyrood today as she announced all secondary pupils will return to school on a part or full-time basis from March 15.
The Government’s multimillion-pound support package for young children who have faced Covid-19 disruption is “not sufficient”, the education recovery tsar has said.
A university has been told to pay a student £5,000 in compensation for lost teaching time during the first Covid-19 lockdown, a higher education complaints watchdog has said.
A student who did not learn to read until he was aged 13 has graduated from university with a first class honours degree.
Smaller proportions of children are gaining places at their preferred secondary school in many areas of England, a survey suggests.
The Government needs to be able to reserve the right to “hit the brakes” on students returning to campuses in coming weeks, a leading scientist has said.
North East Scotland College (NESCol) has announced plans for its latest online open day – with an invitation to ‘Start Your Story’ by applying for a course starting in 2021 as part of the event on Wednesday 17 March.
The Prince of Wales has spoken directly to teachers across the country in a video message praising them for their “dogged determination” during coronavirus lockdowns.
College lecturers in Scotland have voted in favour of strike action over fears further education jobs are being replaced with lower paid posts.
A bursary scheme aimed at encouraging people to train as secondary school teachers in certain science, technology, engineering and mathematics (Stem) subjects is to be extended.
The UK’s Covid-19 alert level has been lowered as the country’s top medics said the threat of the NHS being overwhelmed has receded.
The programme designed to replace an EU-funded student exchange scheme will offer “wider access”, a minister has said.
The Education Secretary has insisted A-level and GCSE grades decided by teachers will be fair amid concerns that the plan will result in grade inflation.
Northern Ireland risks treating its children as second class citizens if it does not accelerate the pace of school reopening, the Education Minister has warned.
The schools minister has defended tasking teachers with setting the grades of A-level and GCSE students in the absence of exams after experts warned of widespread grade inflation.
A senior educator says there is a “significant risk” schools will take vastly different approaches to grading in teacher-assessed A-levels and GCSEs after exams were cancelled for a second successive year due to the pandemic.
Education Secretary Gavin Williamson said there would be “no algorithms whatsoever” used in determining grades for students this summer.
Some secondary school children have lost more than two months’ worth of learning, according to a Government report which states that the attainment gap between disadvantaged pupils and their peers may have widened in the pandemic.
Boris Johnson has hit out at the SNP's record on education and crime, telling the party to drop its referendum plans and start focusing on "the real issues".
The rate of students dropping out from UK universities has fallen slightly, figures show.
Education Secretary Gavin Williamson has not ruled out lengthening school days or shortening summer breaks to help pupils in England catch up from coronavirus disruption.
Northern Ireland’s Health Minister has restated his preference for a gradual emergence from lockdown.