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The new Natural History GCSE and how we’re leading the way in climate and sustainability education – your questions answered

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Education is one of the key tools we have in the fight against climate change. That’s why we’re introducing a range of new measures that will mean young people are able to learn more about the natural world around them …

How we’ve improved choices for young people when they leave school

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We’ve long known that a one-size-fits all approach to education doesn’t work. That’s why we don’t accept that there should be a simple quota-based approach to how many people go down certain routes – like going to university for example …

Everything you need to know about Covid measures during exams this summer

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*This post was updated on Tuesday 17 May 2022. Students studying for their GCSEs, A levels and vocational qualifications will be preparing to sit their exams this summer. We know that there may be instances where students contract the virus …

How do families arriving from Ukraine apply for a school place and childcare? / Як родинам, що приїжджають з України, подавати заяви на отримання місць у школі та допомоги з оплати послуг з догляду за дитиною?

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This article is translated into Ukrainian below. Цю статтю перекладено українською мовою нижче. All children and young people arriving in England from Ukraine via the family route or the sponsorship route have the right to access education and childcare (for …

British Universities ranked as the best in the world in a range of subjects

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The UK is proud to have so many world-class universities that look outward and think beyond conventional boundaries. 57 of the world’s Premiers, Prime Ministers and Presidents were educated in British universities and, on average, our system has produced a …

A year on from the launch of the Ofsted review into sexual abuse in schools and colleges

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In response to the murder of Sarah Everard, and the release of thousands of testimonies of incidents of sexual harassment via the Everyone’s Invited website, we rapidly put funding in place for the NSPCC to create a bespoke helpline to …