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"With your help, we are going to transform the lives of the most vulnerable and disadvantaged": an open letter to education and care professionals from new Education Secretary Nadhim Zahawi

Nadhim Zahawi, the new Secretary of State for Education, has written to all those working in education and care to introduce himself and thank them for all their work  To all those working in education and care, I am writing …

What students need to know about transitioning into higher education

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Now that we’re past A level results day, many of you will be rightly thinking about what’s next. You have a lot of choice, and some of you will be heading into, or deciding whether to go onto higher education (HE). To support you on your journey, we’ve developed the below guide to …

Results Days: What to expect and everything pupils and students need to know

This year GCSE, A level, and vocational and technical qualification students will receive grades determined by their teachers. There is no one better placed to judge young people’s abilities than their teachers, who see them day-in-day-out.

Parents, pupils, teachers and students. Find out what step 4 of the covid roadmap means for you.

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On 19 July the country is expected to move on to Step 4 of the Government’s roadmap and further restrictions will be lifted. As the Prime Minister set out, this means that from that point most of the restrictions we …

I’m an international student, what do I need to know about studying in England during the pandemic?

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Student wearing face mask

International students are still able to come to England to study during the pandemic, and we understand you may have questions regarding Covid-19 measures and vaccines. So, what do you need to know? You don’t need to have been vaccinated …

Are you a Parent? Pupil? Teacher? Student? Find out what stage 3 of the roadmap means for you?

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On 17 May the country moved on to step 3 of the Government’s roadmap and further restrictions were lifted. For parents, teachers and students, this means there will be some changes in the classroom and a look forward into the summer term. Here are what these changes mean for you, …

What you need to know about freedom of speech at university and why protecting it is so important

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New legal duties to protect freedom of speech at universities and colleges in England have been announced by the Education Secretary. These measures will safeguard academic debate and prevent people having their opinions and views silenced.

Who can go back to university and when? What support is available? Students’ questions answered

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From 8 March universities can start to resume in-person teaching for students on practical courses and those who need access to facilities and equipment on campus. This process will be decided on by universities, but is likely to be staggered, …

An open letter from Education Secretary Gavin Williamson to parents, carers and guardians

Gavin Williamson, Education Secretary

Education Secretary Gavin Williamson has written an open letter to parents, carers and guardians following the news that all primary schools, secondary secondary schools, special and alternative provision schools, colleges and further education settings will be opening to all pupils …