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Young people across England are celebrating exam results this morning – with thousands of them moving on to university, apprenticeships and the world of work.

Non-teaching personnel, including learning support and janitorial staff, are set to go on strike in the coming month. Non-teaching staff members across 10 council areas in Scotland are gearing

 

In the landscape of global communication, English holds a commanding position, especially within the scientific arena. However, this linguistic advantage creates obstacles for researchers

 

University staff strikes are set to persist into September following the breakdown of negotiations with employers, as announced by the University and College Union (UCU).

 

Jude Lowson has been chosen to lead The King's School, Canterbury, marking a significant milestone as the institution's first female headteacher after an astonishing 1,425 years dominated by

 

In response to the significant attrition rate of close to 30% among university students following the issuance of A-level grades during the pandemic, the British government is returning to its

 

The Foreign Office has disbursed £13.8 million to facilitate the private schooling of 514 diplomats' children in the UK during the 2022/23 academic year. An additional £24.1 million was

 

With students hailing from 170 countries, Cambridge University Press & Assessment has surpassed its projected timeline.

 

The My Voice initiative by The Fed secures a substantial £246,000 from the National Lottery Heritage Fund.

 

Students across Scotland received their exam results on Tuesday. The pass rates for exams in Scotland have experienced a decline, although they remain higher than pre-Covid levels.