National Literacy Trust report also says girls continue to outpace boys in their enthusiasm for reading for pleasure
As the London Mathematical Society celebrates its 150th anniversary, we look back at some of the key moments and players that helped shape and influence mathematics, including Mary Cartwright, the first female mathematician who founded the chaos theory, and twice president GH Hardy who aptly named his cricket team ‘Hardy’s Mathematicals’
Classical music education needs to be properly funded so children come to it by choice, rather than being force-fed. Surely the education secretary can help?
Stories have the power to bring emotions to life, and help children understand their own feelings and those of others
NSPCC reports 200% rise in requests for counselling, with its ChildLine service receiving more than 34,000 approaches in 2013-14
Britain could add trillions to its economy if it only had education standards of Poland, Vietnam and Estonia, a new report shows.
An expert on revision gives his top five tips on how to revise for exam success
Of course the EU’s frustratingly bureaucratic, but it pays for much of the UK’s science research and innovation