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Prisoners at open prisons in England are to start high-quality apprenticeships at big name employers thanks to change in law and the Government's skills agenda.
Notices de-designating the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) and designating Jisc as the designated data body (DDB) after their merger in October 2022.
Correspondence between Ministers and the Child Safeguarding Practice Review Panel about the third national child safeguarding practice review.
Government and Ofqual confirm exam arrangements for students in 2023
Important news and communications from the Department for Education (DfE) relating to governance in maintained schools and academy trusts in England.
Termination warning notice issued to Yorkshire Causeway Schools Trust in relation to St Aidan’s Church of England High School by the Department for Education.
Funding to support local authorities to continue social workers in schools and designated safeguarding lead supervision in the 2022 to 2023 academic year.
Funding will increase access to English and maths schemes in schools, and the Education Endowment Foundation is backed to continue to improve attainment.
Families will receive targeted support to improve school attendance with new advice and innovative interventions for schools this term.
Susan Lapworth has been appointed as Chief Executive of the Office for Students until the end of August 2026.
Termination warning notice to The Mead Educational Trust in relation to Kibworth Mead Academy.
The Cultural Education Plan sets out to ensure all children and young people have access to a diverse range of cultural education and activities
A revised financial health notice to improve issued to Weymouth College by the Education and Skills Funding Agency.
A financial health notice to improve issued to Greater Brighton Metropolitan College by the Education and Skills Funding Agency.
A financial notice to improve issued to St Mary's College
Schools and multi-academy trusts (MATs) share their different techniques for improving attendance rates in their settings.
GCSE results higher than in 2019 and lower than in 2021 in line with plans set out by Ofqual last year, ensuring fairness for students.
425,830 of students will be taking up a place at a UK university – a record for an examination year.
Students will be collecting A level results after sitting exams for the first time in three years.
DfE appointment letters for Government Major Projects Portfolio (GMPP) Senior Responsible Owners (SROs).
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