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In July 2013, the government launched a public consultation on ‘The Regulation of Childcare’ which proposed a number of changes intended to promote a growing childcare market that meets...
Advice to clarify schools and childcare providers' role under the new 'prevent duty', and to help protect children from radicalisation. New advice and social media guidance has been...
Written ministerial statement by Schools Minister Nick Gibb on reformed GCSE content. We are reforming GCSEs to make sure that they give students the best possible preparation for further and higher...
Exit requirements for English and maths will ensure high quality childcare for all. People looking to work in childcare will be given more help to reach the high levels needed to give children the...
Government sets out the definition of a 'coasting' school. Hundreds of coasting schools will be targeted for improvement after Education Secretary Nicky Morgan unveiled a new measure which...
Child Protection Taskforce announced to help protect the most vulnerable children in our society and give them the opportunity to succeed.   Prime Minister David Cameron has announced a new...
The number of teenagers in education or training is at its highest since consistent records began more than 2 decades ago, figures reveal today (25 June 2015). At the end of 2014, the proportion of...
More 3- and 4-year-olds than ever are getting free childcare, and over 1 million are now in 'good' or 'outstanding' educational settings.   Statistics released today (25 June...
Finally- what everyone in school has been waiting for! The common inspection framework sets out how Ofsted inspects maintained schools and academies, non-association independent schools, further...
A central list of post-16 courses which will make it easier for young people to make choices about their future has moved a step closer to reality after a guide for providers was published today (24...