Schools remember Queen Elizabeth II

Following the death last week of Queen Elizabeth II, the UK's longest serving monarch, schools across the country have been honouring the Queen both on social media, and in-person.  On Monday 19 September, schools across the country will close for the Queen’s funeral which will be held at Westminster Abbey. St Mary’s Church

NAHT call on new PM to take action on schools’ energy costs

Following Liz Truss being announced as the UK’s new Prime Minister today, school leaders’ union, NAHT, has called for the Prime Minister to take action on schools’ energy costs.  Paul Whiteman, general secretary of NAHT, said: “The cost-of-living crisis gripping the nation will clearly be at the very top of the new

New PM must act quickly says The Children’s Society

Today, it was announced that Liz Truss is the United Kingdom’s new Prime Minister. National children’s charity, The Children’s Society, have commented on the news.  Mark Russell, chief executive at The Children’s Society, said: “It’s absolutely vital that the new Prime Minister acts quickly to address the cost of living crisis hitting

Hundreds of thousands of students receive GCSE and vocational results

Hundreds of thousands of students receive GCSE and vocational results today. It is the first time in three years that students have sat summer GCSE examinations as we return to normality post-Covid.  Students collecting results today will progress to one of a number of high-quality options including A-levels, T-levels or an