Today’s data shows why our new register of children not in school is so important. Illegal schools are unregulated and present a danger to both the quality of education and the welfare of those children who attend them – a register will vastly improve councils’ capacity to identify those children and intervene.
Today our blog looks at the EPI report on school places as well as housing developer contributions and pension costs.
Today’s Education in the Media blog looks at the announcement of the first Institutes of Technology, as well as school funding and the Education Secretary’s letter to the NAHT union.
Today's Education in the Media blog looks at the top stories and announcements from the department today and over the weekend.
Today’s Education in the Media blog looks at unconditional offers and the Education Secretary’s interview with TES. Unconditional Offers Today, Friday 5 April, the Education Secretary Damian Hinds has called for a review of university admissions procedures. This has received …
Two years ago, we introduced the apprenticeship Levy to create long term sustainable funding for apprenticeships and to give employers of all sizes flexibility to provide new and existing staff with a range of training opportunities.
Entrepreneurs Summit Today, the Education Secretary Damian Hinds held a roundtable with some of Britain’s leading entrepreneurs to discuss how to inspire more young people to follow their paths into the business world. Education Secretary Damian Hinds said: We can …
Backed by £10 million in funding, the new strategy will support innovation and raise the bar in schools, colleges and universities over the country. Some of the specific aims of the strategy include using technology to reduce teacher workload and promoting the use of innovative technology for pupils with special educational needs and disabilities.
Today, Tuesday 2 April, we are publishing a consultation on proposals for a register of children not in school. This consultation is a response to the call for evidence run last year and builds on proposals for a register for all children not in a registered school.
Today, Monday 1 April, the Home Secretary has launched a consultation to ensure public bodies, including hospitals and schools, raise concerns about children at risk of becoming involved in knife crime.