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Department for Education (DfE)
Up to £8 million in funding for adoptive families to meet needs arising from coronavirus outbreak
Directions from Gavin Williamson MP, Secretary of State for Education, to Sally Collier, Chief Regulator of Ofqual, about awarding results for qualifications being assessed summer 2020.
The Government has announced a package of support, including additional funding and high-quality resources, to help schools deal with the challenges posed by coronavirus.
Weekly shopping vouchers worth £15 to spend at supermarkets while schools are closed due to coronavirus
Important news and communications from the Department for Education (DfE) relating to governance in maintained schools and academy trusts in England.
Universities Minister Michelle Donelan is asking higher education providers not to change their offers to students for two weeks to maintain stability.
The Government has issued guidance to confirm which residential settings they consider a household and how to manage isolation
Further details on arrangements for exams which have been cancelled to fight spread of coronavirus
Children eligible for free school meals will be offered meals or vouchers as an alternative if they can no longer attend school due to coronavirus measures
Schools will close from Monday, except for children of key workers and vulnerable children
The Government will continue to pay funding to local authorities for the free entitlements for two, three and four-year-olds
Latest measures set out in the Government's coronavirus response
Education Secretary, Gavin Williamson speaks at ASCL's Annual Conference 2020
Schools and colleges are being advised against all overseas trips for children under 18 until further notice.
The next generation of world-leading scientists across the UK will benefit from a multi-million-pound government package of investment.
Funding will target students who might be at greater risk of mental ill health or face barriers to getting support.
Minded to terminate letter issued by the Department for Education (DfE) to the Stowe Valley Multi Academy Trust in respect of Bilton School.
New research shows majority of graduates are better off for going to university and empowers students to make informed career choices.
Gavin Williamson has written about our £10 million programme to curb unruly behaviour and prevent disruption in the classroom
Schools with poor discipline to get expert help from those with exemplary behaviour practices to prevent disruption in the classroom
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