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Primary school children across the United Kingdom to receive a free book next year to mark The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
Government taking action to tackle the shortage of HGV drivers.
Education Secretary ‘breaks ground’ at one of first schools to benefit from new 10-year School Rebuilding Programme
Trial providing free glasses to improve literacy expanded to thousands more pupils
Schools and colleges to benefit from a trained senior mental health lead for those who need support
Correspondence between the Secretary of State for Education, the Department for Health and Social Care and the panel about the second national child safeguarding practice review.
New government service will help businesses to create more apprenticeship opportunities so more people can get the jobs they want.
Gavin Williamson spoke about access targets at universities with poor student outcomes as well as driving up standards in higher education.
The government is providing funding for training to help 2 to 4-year-olds with language and mathematic skills, as part of early years recovery investment.
Young people at risk of exploitation to be supported through 'taskforces' in 21 new areas.
Huge expansion of tutoring will support up to six million pupils over the next three years
Arrivals under Afghan Relocations and Assistance Policy will be given immediate indefinite leave to remain, alongside funding for school places and healthcare.
Children and young people are set to return to early years, schools and colleges over the next few weeks
Learners will be able to upskill or retrain at a pace that fits their lives through short university and college courses supported by bespoke loans
Sixty-five projects to receive funding to refurbish buildings, upgrade classrooms and create specialist spaces.
Education settings will be provided with carbon dioxide monitors from September, backed by £25 million in government funding
Sunderland children’s services jump to Outstanding from failing in 2015 following Government intervention
Multi-million pound investment to create more Family Hubs across the country, building on a manifesto commitment
Over half a millions pupils have received GCSE results, with around 80% passing English and Maths.
As hundreds of thousands of students collect their GCSE and vocational and technical qualification results, the Education Secretary promotes the options available to young people.
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