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Parents not giving Covid test consent, warn heads

Heads say parents are not giving consent for Covid tests for children, ahead of going back to school.

'Right and just' for students to get Covid refunds

University students should be given compensation for disrupted studies, says Sir Anthony Seldon.

Covid-19: Last day of home-school is 'end of an era'

As home-schooling comes to an end for thousands of families across England, how are they feeling about it?

Early provisional exams grades in Wales

Provisional grades will be given to A-level and GCSE pupils in June, ahead of official results days.

Quarantine rule change welcomed by boarding schools

Heads say allowing pupils to quarantine at boarding school is safer than them isolating in hotels.

Scottish secondary pupils could wear masks in class

The recommendation comes from the Scottish government's Covid advisory group on education.

Fears over spike in out-of-work young

There could be a "monumental" spike in youth unemployment without action, a report says.

Covid: School return chance for more pupils before Easter

Schools will be able to offer some sessions to years 7, 8 and 9 but it will not be a full return.