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In a speech at the Council of Europe standing conference of ministers of education, Minister Halfon discussed the the renewal of the civic mission of education.
Government announces four new attendance hubs, widening the support to a total of 400,000 pupils.
The Lifelong Learning Bill becomes law, paving the way for a radical transformation of the student finance system.
27 new areas join the staying close programme, which provides significant extra support to help care leavers move to independent living up to the age of 21.
The Department for Education (DfE) have developed software to sort thousands of emails, reducing the time taken to communicate with the public.
An updated list of education settings with confirmed Reinforced Autoclaved Aerated Concrete.
Government announces membership of taskforce working towards reducing teacher and leader workload, alongside support to embed flexible working.
15 hubs selected as part of new programme to boost languages in schools across the country.
As of today, fewer than 1% of all education settings have confirmed cases of RAAC.
A letter from the Chief Medical Officer and leading health professionals to schools about mild illness, attendance, and information for parents and carers.
Education Secretary Gillian Keegan delivers oral statement to MPs on new guidance on reinforced autoclaved aerated concrete (RAAC) in education settings.
Nurseries and childminders across the country will be paid more from today for every government-funded hour they provide to parents.
New guidance for education settings advises that any space or area with confirmed RAAC should no longer be open without mitigations in place.
A financial health notice to improve issued to The SMB Group.
Top grades and standard passes in line with 2019, as part of the final step back to normal grading.
Over a thousand new special school places confirmed, as additional seven special free schools to be built
Fifteen new free schools to open in areas where education outcomes are poorest to drive up school standards.
Minister Coutinho writes to housing associations, social landlords and developers to urge them to allow childminders to work from their rented properties.
University acceptances are up on 2019, with 79% getting their first-choice as results return to pre-pandemic levels in an important step back to normal.
Grades this summer are expected to be lower than last year due to the way they were assessed.
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