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Teacher strikes: An open letter to parents from Education Secretary Gillian Keegan

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Education Secretary Gillian Keegan has written an open letter to parents setting out the latest on teacher strikes. Dear parents and carers, I’m writing to update you ahead of the strike action planned by the National Education Union on Wednesday …

International Women’s Day 2023: How apprenticeships and T Levels support women in STEM careers

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Women in STEM

On International Women’s Day, we celebrate the achievements of women around the world. It’s also a moment to reflect on gender-based inequality and what we can all do to ensure that everyone has the same opportunities.   Education can play an …

National Careers Week 2023: Where young people can get advice on choosing the right career

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National Careers Week Where to Get Career Advice

Making decisions about your future career can seem overwhelming but National Careers Week (6th to 11th March 2023) is a great time to start thinking about it, whether you’re at school, college or university. To help young people get the …

Message to parents of children with SEND from Claire Coutinho MP, Minister for Children, Wellbeing and Families

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SEND review Coutinho

Parents know that their children only get one shot at education. However for some parents of children with Special Educational Needs and disabilities (SEND), getting their child that superb education that every child deserves can feel like a full-time job. …

How schools, childcare settings and colleges can claim a free portrait of King Charles III  

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Schools, childcare, further education colleges and other education settings in England can apply for a free framed portrait of King Charles III celebrate the new reign. The deadline has now been extended to Thursday 28 March. The portraits can be displayed …