We want to make sure that young people understand what healthy relationships look like and how to navigate their personal lives in a positive, safe and healthy way. That’s why we introduced the statutory relationships, sex and health education (RSHE) …
On Saturday 27 November, the Prime Minister announced new temporary measures to “buy more time” for our scientists to understand the situation.
Christmas and nativity plays are one of our most cherished school traditions. Sadly last year many had to be cancelled but this year, as we are at a different stage of the pandemic and so many people are benefitting from …
There has been coverage in the media of teachers and other school and college staff receiving abuse on social media platforms including TikTok and Instagram.
School uniforms can reduce peer pressure at school for the latest clothes and help children feel settled and prepared for school, but they can be costly for parents.
Bullying in any form is unacceptable and can have a devastating effect on children, young people and their families. That’s why, as anti-bullying week continues, we have confirmed funding for five leading organisations, worth over £1m in total, to support …
We want to make sure that education and training gives people the skills they need to go on to get great jobs that are fulfilling for them and boost the economy.
Next year, students will sit exams, but we recognise they have faced disruption over the last two years and we’ve taken measures to make sure they aren’t disadvantaged.
This week the Education Secretary visited Auschwitz-Birkenau to discuss the role of education in eradicating antisemitism and making sure young people are aware of the atrocities of the holocaust.
We want every school in the country to be part of a family of schools in a strong multi academy trust. But what are academies and what are the benefits of of this plan?
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Recent blog posts
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- What do children and young people learn in relationship, sex and health education 30 November 2021
- What the new temporary COVID-19 measures mean for early year settings, out-of-school settings, schools, colleges and universities 28 November 2021
- Can Christmas plays, nativities and other festive events in schools and nurseries go ahead this year? 26 November 2021