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Education Secretary Nicky Morgan today (1 December 2015) thanked teachers for driving forward the government’s vital educational reforms after figures published by Ofsted showed a record 1.4...
Education Secretary Nicky Morgan has joined forces with NHS England to launch a multi-million pound joint mental health pilot scheme for hundreds of schools. The Mental Health Services and Schools...
An executive principal of 2 high-performing schools has been appointed as the new Regional Schools Commissioner for Lancashire and West Yorkshire. Vicky Beer, who leads the West Trafford Learning...
Statement from the Department for Education's Head of Profession for Statistics on changes to key stage 4 and key stage 5 statistics. Iain Bell, the Department for Education’s Head of...
New figures published today (13 October 2015) reveal more 5-year-olds than ever before are achieving the expected standards in maths and literacy - meaning more children are on the path to success...
Standards continue to rise under the government’s flagship academies programme, which is improving the education of thousands of pupils across the country, provisional GCSE figures...
New figures show rise in young people at GCSE and A level stages continuing in education, training or employment. Thousands more young people are continuing on to study or work after the age of 16,...
We’re launching a consultation on proposals to allow the government to intervene quickly in failing schools. A consultation has been launched today (21 October 2015) on proposals to...
A further 4 experts have been appointed to support vital work to boost the quality of initial teacher training (ITT) courses across England and ensure all trainees learn essential skills such as...
Two special schools re-opened in a new multi-million pound building today (24 September 2015), paid for under a government scheme. Bank View and Redbridge High Schools in Liverpool have moved into a...