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10 June 1921 to 9 April 2021
Investment will provide more specialist places and improve provision for SEND pupils across country
Next phase of government’s £1.5 billion FE Capital Transformation Fund gets underway, to upgrade and refurbish college estates.
School leaders with outstanding records on behaviour selected to support other schools as part of £10 million Behaviour Hubs programme
Face coverings in schools and colleges are to remain in place at start of summer term, following an ongoing review of the evidence and data
Gavin Williamson addresses the 2021 Annual Conference of teaching union NASUWT
Over £1 million to expand cadet units in schools
Universities Minister addresses UCAS's Annual Admissions Conference on the future of higher and further education
Shelagh Legrave will lead work to boost college leadership and governance
Launch of free qualifications marks a major milestone in government’s Lifetime Skills Guarantee
NSPCC dedicated helpline and Ofsted review into school safeguarding policies to support victims of sexual abuse
£200 million total summer school funding to be distributed in secondary schools
The majority of summer term activity will remain lighter-touch, monitoring inspections
The 2020 to 2021 grant determination letter to local authorities for 'Staying Put' arrangements.
A new Model Music Curriculum has been published to support all children to have access to high-quality music education.
Over half a million pounds awarded to expand successful work programmes to help more people gain in demand sector-specific skills
94% of primary school children and 89% of secondary school students in class as of Monday 15 March
Speaking at the Association of School and College Leaders 2021 annual conference, Gavin Williamson thanked teachers and staff for their work during the pandemic.
UK schools, colleges and universities can now apply for funding for opportunities targeted at disadvantaged students
Group of ministers, charities and Youth Ambassador Dr. Alex George to focus on improving mental health and wellbeing in school, college and university
Step One of the roadmap begins tomorrow with pupils returning to face-to-face education.
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