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Thousands of students in Surrey will be trained to become cyber security experts at a new college backed by technology giants, Schools Minister Lord Nash announced today (11 March 2015). The...
The majority of young people taking part in the government’s traineeship programme have gone on to apprenticeships, employment or further learning, according to a new report published today (11...
A new website has been launched today (10 March 2015) to help primary schools recruit and develop sports coaches using more than £450 million of funding set up to secure an Olympic legacy....
Parents will have a better picture of their child’s progress at age 2 thanks to reforms including a move to bring together health and education reviews for the first time. The government today...
Prime Minister David Cameron has announced 49 new free schools for communities across the country, strengthening the government’s mission to give all parents the choice and security of a...
A new action plan to help improve reading standards in primary schools, including new funding for book clubs, has been announced by School Reform Minister Nick Gibb to mark World Book Day. Raising...
Schools across England are being invited to bid for funding to help boost diversity in their senior leadership teams.  A key part of the government’s plan for education is ensuring there...
Knuckling down and succeeding in school puts an average of £140,000 in a young person’s back pocket, new in-depth analysis of the economic benefit of education involving more than 400,000...
Sam Gyimah announces plans to encourage social investment in childcare that will complement increased government funding. Supply for the thriving childcare market will be improved by a new culture of...
Young people not in education, employment or training has fallen by almost 150,000 since same period in 2010. The number of young people not in education, employment or training (NEET) in England is...