Today’s Education in the Media blog celebrates the first National Numeracy Day as well as looking at Ebacc and the creative subjects.
As pupils across the country start their GCSE exams this week, today’s blog looks at measures the government has taken to reduce exam burdens for pupils.
Today’s Education in the media blog looks at the work the government is doing to improve mental health support for young people, and the importance of Key Stage 2 (KS2) SATs, which start this week.
Today’s Education in the media blog looks at our response to the Schools that Work for Everyone consultation including the announcement of the next wave of free schools.
Today’s Education in the media blog focuses on the support the department is providing to people who adopt children with attachment issues, as well as the requirements on teachers to understand the needs of all types of children.
The Guardian has published a piece on migrants’ eligibility to receive free school meals. It includes a claim that children are being denied free school meals because of their parents’ immigration status. This is not the case. Free school meals …
Today’s Education in the media blog looks at the work the government is doing to look after children’s mental health, the record levels of funding available to schools and the fairer formula to distribute that funding, and the continued uptake …
Today’s education in the media looks at figures from the department on the number of children placed in care outside of the borough their family are from.
Today’s Education in the Media blog looks at announcements the Secretary of State made today on making school accountability clearer and giving teachers the chance to take sabbaticals. Teaching announcements Today, the Education Secretary made a number of announcements on …
Today’s Education in the media blog looks at our plans to create guidance on free speech in universities, support for children with special educational needs and a 22-year-old electrician apprentice talking about her training.