Today our blog looks at new national minimum funding for pupils and our plans to tackle challenges faced by schools in the North East.
Today’s Education in the Media blog looks at research carried out by University College London, which found that one in 20 teachers in England are reporting a long-lasting mental health problem and their wellbeing has not improved over the past …
Today the blog looks at a new report on School Resource Management Advisers (SRMAs), as well as funding to facilitate increased physical activity and media coverage of modern foreign languages.
Today our blog focuses on the latest news on apprenticeships.
This data is a milestone for the thousands of future students, helping them to work out whether university is for them, and where to study and work. I hope this will particularly help students from disadvantaged backgrounds who are often more likely to study in their home region, as the data shows the potential benefits of gaining a degree wherever you are.
Talent is evenly spread across the country, but opportunity is not, which is why we are committed to making sure every child, in every part of the country, has a fair chance.
We want to make teaching attractive to the most talented graduates by recognising the prestige that we as a society place on the profession.
Periods are a normal part of everyday life and we do not want young people missing out on lessons because of them.
Today’s Education in the Media blog looks at the publication of annual student statistics from the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) which showed an increase in the number of university graduates being awarded first class degrees and a rise in international students.
The advice published by the government today clarifies the legal position so that social workers are able to make the best, most effective, decisions.