A new national education policy has been launched to help the millions of pupils in the UK to improve their education.

The National School Improvement Strategy will take into account the needs of schools and local authorities in terms of the learning outcomes of pupils and pupils’ teachers, as well as how the system can be improved in the long term.

It will also focus on the challenges faced by schools in the wake of Brexit.

More than 100 schools will be involved in the campaign, led by the Education Trusts Association.

This will see them supporting and helping the Campaign to Save Schools, which aims to save as many as 10,000 school places from closing as part of a government plan to bring the number of schools in England under control.

Education Secretary Nicky Morgan will be among the speakers at the launch, and she will outline the strategy to be implemented over the next three years.

In order to get the best possible outcome, the government wants to ensure that all schools are well equipped and equipped to meet the needs and aspirations of pupils, said Nicky.

“The strategy is an example of how we can deliver a system that works for everyone, including those who might have a different set of needs, but all in the same way,” she added.

However, not everyone agrees with the government’s approach.

Nicky Morgan, Education Secretary says the national school improvement strategy is not a new concept.

She said: “The idea of a national school achievement strategy has been around for a long time, it’s just that this time around, it is being driven by a very different set [of] circumstances.”

The strategy will include a range of measures, including the establishment of a new £100m funding pool, to ensure schools can be funded in a sustainable way.

NHS trusts and academies will also be included in the national plan.

With a national education plan, there will be a clear focus on what can be done to improve education for all children.

One of the most important things that needs to be addressed in the scheme, Ms Morgan said, is the need to make sure schools can support the wider education system.

Schools must be able to offer a range and diversity of learning, said Ms Morgan, and this means that they have to be able “to provide the best learning experience for the students”.

“It’s not just about the individual, it needs to take into consideration the wider community, the school community, teachers and parents,” she said.

Ms Morgan added that the plan will also include a strong focus on ensuring that children are supported in their school life.

If you would like to comment on this story or anything else you have seen on BBC Culture, head over to our Facebook page or message us on Twitter.