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Message to the education and care sector from the Secretary of State for Education, Gillian Keegan

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I wanted to say hello and introduce myself to you and everyone working in education and care. Some of you may already know me from my previous stint at the Department for Education as Apprenticeships and Skills Minister but it …

How we are ensuring more children have access to high quality music education

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Music is an important part of education, and it has been proven that it plays a key role in children’s cognitive and social development. This is because it helps with the nurturing of language, motor skills, emotional intelligence, and collaboration …

What does the Autumn Statement mean for schools, colleges, universities, nurseries and other education settings?

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Autumn Statement

The Chancellor Jeremy Hunt delivered the Autumn Statement on Thursday 17 November setting out the Government’s continued commitment to ensuring every child, young person, and adult can access world class education.

How we are helping more students benefit from foreign language lessons

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Modern foreign languages like French, German and Spanish are really useful to know – not just for visiting counties that speak those languages, but employers increasingly see language skills as highly desirable. That’s why we are investing £14.9 million over the …