Young people should make their own decisions about whether to attend the climate protests, a leading headmistress has suggested.
A major pledge to boost school coffers will reverse recent budget cuts, but leave schools where they were 13 years ago, according to a respected economic think tank.
The routes children take between their homes and schools should be free of junk food outlets and advertising to tackle childhood obesity, according to a report.
How to deal with naughty pupils in the classroom is set to play a bigger role in teacher training.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson showed off as a swot by eagerly putting his hand up twice to answer questions in a primary school history class.
Schools should open seven days a week, throughout the year, and have designated police officers to help combat gangs and violence, according to the Children’s Commissioner for England.
Primary school girls are pulling further ahead of boys in the three Rs, official figures show.
Children living in poverty are being severely disadvantaged in the British school system, according to a new survey which warns crime is a consequence of inadequate support for such disadvantaged youth.
Starting salaries for teachers could rise by up to £6,000 under Government plans to reform teacher pay.
Almost half of parents want their children’s school to ban mobile phones due to fears over safety and the distraction caused by gadgets, new research found.
More than 1,000 children were caught carrying knives in schools last year – with the youngest aged just four, figures show.
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Ten teaching posts are vacant at Dundee schools just over a week into the summer holidays.
Councillors have failed in their attempt to have the controversial rearrangement of Dundee’s secondary school structure discussed with education unions.
School heads in England have reported the highest level of cyber bullying among students in an international survey of more than a quarter of a million teachers.
Secondary teachers in Dundee have overwhemingly rejected a switch to a faculty structure in the city’s schools.
A sharp rise in incidents of violence, aggression and threats in Fife schools has been linked to a spike in staff absences.
More than 30 schools in rural areas have been identified as among the first to receive full fibre broadband.
A new report has revealed literacy and numeracy levels among pupils in Dundee high schools are slipping.
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