Behaviour and Attendance

Latest News

Schools Minister Nick Gibb announced the government’s intention to give summer-born children the right to start in reception at the age of 5. The minister said admissions rules must be changed...
Education Secretary Nicky Morgan today (10 September 2015) joined rugby stars and coaches at a London school to launch a scheme using the skills of rugby coaches to instil character in disaffected...
An investigation into how to train teachers to tackle poor pupil behaviour will be expanded to cover wider issues such as the use of mobile phones and other devices in schools, Schools Minister Nick...
A leading campaigner has been named as the Department for Education’s first ever mental health champion for schools - helping to raise awareness and reduce the stigma around young people’...
Ninety thousand more primary school children are achieving the expected standards in reading, writing and maths than in 2010, results out today (27 August 2015) reveal. Schools Minister Nick Gibb...
With almost a year to go until some hardworking families can benefit from the government’s 30 hours of free childcare a week, innovative childcare providers are being asked to come forward as...
Education Secretary Nicky Morgan congratulated young people receiving their GCSE results today (20 August 2015) as new figures showed entries into valuable STEM subjects including maths, science and...
The number of 16- to 18-year-olds not in education, employment or training (NEET) in England between April and June is at its lowest since records began in 2000, official figures reveal today (20...
Nicky Morgan has teamed up with children’s author and comedian David Walliams to help make English students the most literate in Europe.   Launching a literacy campaign today (19 August...
Schools Minister Nick Gibb congratulated young people receiving their A level results today as new figures showed the number of students studying maths rose significantly - with entries up more than...