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Education Secretary unveils action plan to provide opportunities on every young person's doorstep and ensure no community is left behind. An ambitious plan to provide opportunity on every young...
A consultation is being launched on new proposals on eligibility for free 15 hour childcare for two-year-olds. Thousands more disadvantaged two-year-olds will become eligible to receive the...
Chris Wormald has been appointed as the new Permanent Secretary for the Department of Health, following Dame Una O’Brien’s recent announcement that she is to step down from the role....
Religious groups have today (28 December 2016) backed the government’s decision to issue robust guidance that protects the freedom of schools to set their religious studies curriculum...
A new National Schools Commissioner has been appointed by the Department for Education. Sir David Carter, currently the Regional Schools Commissioner (RSC) for the South West, will succeed Frank...
The government is reforming GCSEs and A levels to be rigorous and more knowledge-based and to match the qualifications used in the best education systems in the world. Schools are now teaching...
All schools to filter inappropriate content and teach pupils about staying safe including online harm. All schools will be required to put in place strengthened measures to protect children from harm...
Landmark reforms will mean failing children’s services in local authorities will be taken over by high-performing authorities, teams of experts and charities New plans mirror approach taken...
Bullying and violence in English schools has plummeted in the last decade, a major new study has revealed. The landmark study involving more than 10,000 secondary school pupils shows that: 30,000...
90,000 more pupils are leaving primary school with a good grounding in reading, writing and maths - the essential subjects which give children the best possible start in life - compared to 2010,...