Writing in the Express on Tuesday, 2 February, Universities Minister Michelle Donelan set out her reasons for providing an extra £50m to support students during the pandemic.
This week the Department confirmed our intention that outstanding schools and colleges should no longer be exempt from routine Ofsted inspection.
Today, 18 August, there were some inaccurate reports in the media and on social media that students that received their vocational and technical qualifications (VTQ’s) last week, have been treated unfairly.
Today’s blog looks at our announcement of £6.5 million to place social workers in schools to support children most at risk during Covid-19. Social workers to work in schools to support vulnerable children On Thursday 21 May as part of …
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