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What do children and young people learn in relationship, sex and health education

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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) …

What the new temporary COVID-19 measures mean for early year settings, out-of-school settings, schools, colleges and universities

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On Saturday 27 November, the Prime Minister announced new temporary measures to “buy more time” for our scientists to understand the situation.

COP 26: Everything you need to know about the department’s quest to put climate change at the heart of education

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We are putting climate change at the heart of education. As part of COP26, the 2021 United Nations climate change conference, the Education Secretary set out his vision to empower all young people in the importance of conserving and protecting …

Secondary school applications: What parents and prospective pupils need to know before deadline day

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This Sunday (31 October) is the deadline for prospective pupils to submit their applications for state-funded secondary school places. Secondary school is an important and exciting step in pupils’ education, and many parents and guardians will have already submitted applications …

"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 …

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 …