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One hundred and twenty thousand more children are now on track to become excellent readers as a result of the government’s focus on phonics, vindicating reforms to transform the way young...
Education Secretary Nicky Morgan and children’s author and comedian David Walliams today issued a rallying cry to leading publishers, schools and early years providers to join forces in a bid...
The new Discovering Democracy Award will recognise schools that involve their pupils with democracy from an early age. On International Democracy Day, the British Youth Council (BYC) has launched the...
Minister for Universities and Science Jo Johnson and China’s Minister of Education Yuan Guiren signed an ambitious framework agreement on education collaboration at the third UK/China People to...
On Thursday 17 September 2015, Schools Minister Nick Gibb introduced a lecture from American academic and author ED Hirsch at the second Policy Exchange Annual Lecture on Education. ED Hirsch is the...
First wave of free schools to be announced this Parliament - and pledge to deliver 2 waves of new schools every year until 2020 The 18 new schools announced today bring the total places created by...
Students will be taught how to apply their maths skills to calculate interest, work out profit margins and get the best currency exchange rates thanks to a new suite of practical maths courses...
In a ground-breaking move, the government has launched a new online tool for schools across the country to give parents the best possible advice and tips on preparing their children for adult life....
Education Secretary Nicky Morgan will today (7 September 2015) invite a gathering of England’s top business leaders to ‘play their part’ and apply their experience and expertise to...
Teachers and training providers are being invited to give their views and contribute to the development of a new professional standard for teachers’ continuing professional development....