Academies are a key part of the school system. They are schools that are Government funded but not controlled by local authorities (councils). Standalone academies benefit from significant autonomy over how they work while multi-academy trusts are groups of …
Today’s news review examines coverage of academies’ performance, and calls for clarity on the status of EU students following the vote to leave the EU.
Today’s news review examines the National Audit Office’s report on apprenticeships, grammar schools, teachers from black and ethnic minority backgrounds, and the quality of packed lunches.
Today’s new review looks at coverage of apprenticeship funding and student loans.
Today’s news review looks at coverage of Key Stage 2 statistics, claims that graduate vacancies have fallen and school uniform costs.
Some incorrect claims have been made about the Teaching Excellence Framework, including the changes to tuition fees that have been proposed. Here we set out the facts.
Today’s news review looks at coverage about educational psychologists, and calls for more lessons in online safety in schools.
Today’s blog looks at coverage of a Children’s Society report into the wellbeing of young people, and misleading reporting on Schools Week’s website about free school meals.
Today’s news review looks at coverage of nursery funding, adult skills, and fire safety in schools.
Todays news review looks at academy finances, GCSE results and the government's 30-hour free childcare offer.
To mark GCSE results day, School Standards Minister Nick Gibb writes in today's Telegraph to congratulate the hundreds of thousands of 16-year-olds who received their results.