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What does the Autumn Statement mean for schools, colleges, universities, nurseries and other education settings?

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Autumn Statement

The Chancellor Jeremy Hunt delivered the Autumn Statement on Thursday 17 November setting out the Government’s continued commitment to ensuring every child, young person, and adult can access world class education.

What options are available for students after their GCSEs?

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After young people have completed their GCSEs there are a range of possibilities open to them including continuing education by taking A levels or going down one of several technical education routes now available to them, including T Levels. Here, …

Why a career in manufacturing may be the right choice for you

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Manufacturing is a diverse sector covering a range of trades and specialisms from automotive and aerospace to fashion and food. Here we provide all you need to know about some of the learning opportunities on offer and potential career pathways …

How we’re working with the Open University to help more people access higher and technical education where they live

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People are set to benefit from high-quality higher education in their hometown, as the Open University partners up with further education providers to create more training to fill skills gaps and raise job prospects. Here’s everything you need to know.

How can I improve my maths skills? How the Multiply programme supports adult learners

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Having a good understanding of numbers is vital for everyday life, from working out a restaurant bill, managing personal finances, cooking, or helping children with their homework. This National Numeracy Day (18 May) we have launched a new online quiz …