Ministerial role

Minister of State for School Reform

Responsibilities

The minister’s responsibilities include:

  • qualifications and curriculum reform, including assessment and key stage tests
  • behaviour and attendance
  • reducing bureaucracy
  • the relationship with Ofqual
  • the Standards and Testing Agency
  • overview of all funding, including revenue and capital for schools (with close links to the Minister of State for Schools)

Previous holders of this role

  1. The Rt Hon Nick Gibb

    • 2014 to 2015

Announcements

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  1. Nick Gibb: the importance of phonics

    • Speech
  2. Nick Gibb speech on government’s maths reforms

    • Speech
  3. PhD graduates offered up to £40,000 to work in the classroom

    • Press release
  4. Number of pupils regularly missing school falls to lowest level

    • Press release
  5. Nick Gibb speaks at the Music Education Expo

    • Speech
  6. School Reform Minister celebrates International Women’s Day

    • Press release
  7. New action plan to inspire thousands more pupils to read

    • Press release
  8. Assessment without levels commission announced

    • Press release
  9. Assessment after levels

    • Speech
  10. Second phase of pioneering Shanghai maths teacher exchange begins

    • Press release