Some local education authorities have managed to continue educating and supporting vulnerable children during lockdown.
The government have said it is their plan that pupils in all year groups must return to school next month and Boris Johnson has made it clear that this is non-negotiable.
Children in Scotland return to school today after 6 months out of the classroom. Many pupils have received support from schools to continue learning, but Scottish Tory Jamie Greene believes many provisions have been inadequate.
Coronavirus has widened Britain’s attainment gap – it was always there, but people chose to ignore it
Britain’s overall education scheme isn’t exactly weak. 93% of the school-age population attend state-funded schools, many of which have an excellent record when it comes to securing university places for its pupils.
Watch: International education test sees UK improve but divides opinions in country with lowest score
Amid cancelled exams due to the coronavirus, UK ministers may take comfort from the country’s modest gains in the international PISA tests at the end of last year.
‘FGM is ferocious, barbaric and should not be practised anywhere in the world,’ says survivor who was ‘cut’ aged 7
When Patricia Ajayi was seven years old and living in Nigeria, she and her sister were taken away on ‘holiday’ with her grandmother and ‘cut’, without the knowledge of their parents.
Divided over Brexit, united about saving the planet… poll reveals North West’s passion for climate change
Environment comes above both education and employment, according to recent North West figures in a poll conducted by the WWF (World Wide Fund for Nature).
Sportswear firm Umbro have scouted 13-year-old Katie Higgins and want to design a logo and merchandise.
82 days until Brexit: MM discuss impact on Greater Manchester economy, trade, funding, education, residents, unemployment and aviation
In the June 2016 referendum, the city of Manchester had the fifth highest vote to Remain in the EU with 60% – here MM take a look at what the ten boroughs of Greater Manchester have done in preparation for the March 29 European exit.
Eighty-four kids from Greater Manchester schools, who participate in the ‘EdStart’ program, were among the 85,870 Wembley crowd which shows that the future of the sport on these shores is in safe hands.
‘The gaming industry stigma must go’: MM chat to Access Creative College, the pioneers looking to make waves in the education system
For the modern generation, gaming has become part of day to day life. MM went down to speak to Manchester’s Access Creative College staff and students about the college’s innovative work and future plans for expansion.