31 August 2018 — News story
Practical support and advice is published for schools to help save money on the £10 billion spent each year on non-staffing costs.
23 August 2018 — News story
Pupils across the country celebrate success in new gold-standard GCSE qualifications.
16 August 2018 — News story
Results day marks the culmination of hard work from students and teachers, with reformed A Levels better preparing young people university or the workplace.
19 July 2018 — Open consultation
DfE is seeking views on draft regulations, statutory guidance and a regulatory impact assessment for relationships and sex education and health education.
Apply for Tax-Free Childcare and 30 hours free childcare.
19 September 2018 — Statutory guidance
Statutory guidance for schools and colleges on safeguarding children and safer recruitment.
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