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University admissions and A level, T level and VTQ results: Your questions answered

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This year young people have taken exams and assessments in A levels, T levels and other post 16 qualifications for the first time since the beginning of the pandemic. Results will look different to the last 2 years, because the …

How our new advertising guidance will improve outcomes for prospective university students

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When students are choosing where to study, it is important that they are given all the information they need to make an informed choice based on the potential outcomes. Choosing what to study can be challenging. It is an investment …

How schools are managing ventilation to prevent the spread of airborne viruses like Covid-19

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  Good ventilation is key to having a healthy and productive indoor space and can help reduce the risk of viral airborne transmission, including of Covid-19. In most spaces in schools and other education settings like nurseries and colleges this …

"I am determined to ensure that every single child has access to a world-class musical education": Education Secretary Nadhim Zahawi on music in schools

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The Education Secretary Nadhim Zahawi has written about his determination that all pupils should get a world leading music education in our schools. Music is one of the greatest joys in life. Whether you prefer to listen through your headphones …