Today’s Education in the media looks at a retraction by the School Cuts Coalition on school funding, who have admitted that we are protecting per pupil funding for schools in real terms. School Funding On Wednesday, Schools Week and the …
Today’s Education in the media blog looks at the Universities Minister Sam Gyimah’s announcement of a University Mental Health Charter.
Today’s education in the media looks at learning foreign languages in schools, flexible terms dates, adoption and a letter from the Skills Minister about the apprenticeship levy.
Today’s Education in the media blog looks at the work the department is doing to combat off-rolling, and on the record levels of funding the department is putting into schools.
Today’s Education in the media blog looks at the department's trials on effective ways to deal with pupil behaviour, mental health at universities and our reformed GCSEs.
Early years pilots launched Schools are set to pilot improved measures to support children's early development in language and vocabulary in the Reception year, making sure they have the skills needed to thrive at school.
Today’s Education in the media looks at Thank A Teacher Day and our gratitude to teachers, the Family Drug and Alcohol Unit and work to help children in care in East Anglia.
Today's Education in the media blog looks at our advice for schools to help them tackle bad behaviour in schools, as well as what we are doing to tackle grade inflation, our investment in 30 hours free childcare, school funding …
Today’s blog looks at the 30 free hours of childcare and mobile phone use in schools.
Today’s Education in the Media looks at requirements the Office for Students is putting in place to ensure vice-chancellor pay is justified, the benefits of the academies system and the strength of our new gold-standard GCSEs. Vice-chancellor pay Today, Tuesday …