This autumn all children aged 12 to 15 years are being offered the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccination. The vaccines will be delivered in schools by the School Aged Immunisation Service (SAIS).
Pupils all over the country are beginning to return to schools and colleges after their summer breaks. For many pupils they will be returning with far fewer restrictions than when they left for the summer holidays.
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 …
If you are eligible, your university will get in touch with you about a generous £10,000 incentive to change schools under the 2021 Medical and Dentistry School Student Incentivised Transfer Scheme.
This week the Education Secretary Gavin Williamson wrote to teachers to thank them for all they've done on this year's assessments.
Earlier this year, the government announced that students will not take formal GCSE, AS and A level exams this summer and will instead be awarded grades determined by their teachers' judgements, based on a range of evidence like mock exams, …
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.
GCSEs in England were reformed in 2018 to keep pace with universities’ and employers’ demands. They are based on new and more demanding subject content but are still suitable for the same wide range of abilities.
For some students, results day confirms the next stage of their education; whether that be a full-time job, a degree at university or a further education qualification like an apprenticeship.
This week we confirmed that 40,000 students will be able to study and work abroad thanks to our new international programme to study and work abroad, the Turing Scheme.
Learning a language has so many benefits. Whether it’s learning about a new culture or history, improving your memory or your performance across other academic areas.