Around one in eight schools do not have a library, with poorer children less likely to have access to one than their richer peers, according to a study.
Thousands of children have been caught carrying weapons in school, an investigation has found, with suspects as young as four years old.
The UK is at risk of wasting talent if young children start ruling out career options based on their gender, ethnicity or class, an international education expert has warned.
Children are being taken out of school to be home educated in as little as a day, according to an Ofsted report which says parents often see removing youngsters as the only option.
West End musical impresario Lord Lloyd-Webber has criticised successive governments for cutting the music budgets in schools.
Hundreds of schools will see their budgets boosted by more than 10% next year, while many others will get the minimum increase.
The East Midlands and the South West are among the biggest winners out of a government boost to school funding.
A north-east teacher has described his job as “one of the most important roles in the country”- after new research revealed how influential teachers are considered to be on their pupils.
Labour’s attack on private education is a “vote loser” with the public keen for fee-paying schools to open, not close, according to a leading headmistress.
Four in five state schools will be worse off financially next year than they were less than five years ago, unions have claimed.
Parents and residents support the idea of traffic-free streets outside schools, according to a survey.
Dismantling private education would cause massive disruption and push up costs for state schools by billions of pounds, a union leader has warned.
Young people should make their own decisions about whether to attend the climate protests, a leading headmistress has suggested.
Multi-million-pound plans have been put forward to improve or expand eight Aberdeen schools ahead of tough Scottish Government childcare targets.
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.
Plans for four new multi-million pound Aberdeen primary schools have been progressed.
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.
New figures produced by the Scottish Government in The School Estates Statistics 2019 document show an increase in buildings across the school estate ranked as "good or satisfactory increasing from 61.1% in April 2007 to 88.3% in April 2019.
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.
Moray Council is currently operating without a dedicated director to oversee its under-pressure education service.
Aberdeenshire councillors have agreed to create a joint working group to “consider the complexities” of flexi-schooling in the region.
Starting salaries for teachers could rise by up to £6,000 under Government plans to reform teacher pay.
An Aberdeenshire school which was graded weak in several categories by an education watchdog in 2018 has been hailed for implementing a raft of improvements.
Highlands and Islands MSP, Edward Mountain, has been re-selected as the Scottish Conservative candidate for the Inverness and Nairn constituency in the 2021 Scottish Parliament elections.
More than 1,000 children were caught carrying knives in schools last year – with the youngest aged just four, figures show.
Pupils from across Argyll and Bute will continue to have a say on what is on their school menus.
As the new term got underway for most north schools yesterday, there were fresh faces for many pupils to get to know.
Ross County will help fill “voids in physical education” at 20 Highland schools and “bridge the gap in cutbacks”.