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From the editorial team at The Education Wire.

Boys who play video games have a lower depression risk

Different types of screen time can positively or negatively influence young people’s mental health.

Youngest pupils’ learning worst affected by Covid-19 pandemic new report reveals

Report finds the children in Year 1 have experienced the greatest drop in their learning.

Brain-related visual problems may affect one in 30 primary school children

Research from University of Bristol

Schoolchildren are learning about health through football

Study from the University of Southern Denmark shows that health knowledge in relation to diet, exercise, hygiene and wellbeing can be increased through a programme of football exercises as part of school lessons

Fellow students improve grades

Peers personalities can influence your own academic achievement.

Engaged dads can reduce adolescent behavioural problems & improve well-being

Researchers urge to increase the opportunities for men to engage with their children to improve their well-being.

Could socially distanced outdoor lessons be a safer solution for schools?

Could an innovative approach to outdoor learning be the answer to keeping children in schools?

Positive student-teacher relationships benefit students’ long-term health, study finds

Positive peer relationships don’t show the same long-term health benefits, according to the research

Stay in touch with your emotions to reduce pandemic-induced stress

Managing stress during the pandemic

Teens diagnosed with depression show reduction in educational achievement

Loss of potential: teens diagnosed with depression show reduction in educational achievement from primary school to GCSE