New T Level branding unveiled to boost awareness of the new courses ahead of the 2020 rollout.
Paralympic swimmer Baron Chris Holmes chairs group to improve use of education technology, including accessibility and inclusion in the classroom
Statistical release providing information on the achievements in GCSE examinations and other qualifications of young people in academic year 2017 to 2018.
This typically covers those starting the academic year aged 15.
It also includes data broken down by pupil characteristics including:
For the first time, this publication also includes achievements of young people in multi-academy trusts.
The information is taken from data collated for the 2018 secondary school performance tables.
Improvement notices and directions about children's services issued to councils by the Department for Education. These notices and directions are issued to councils due to ‘poor’ or ‘inadequate’ performance.
These spreadsheets show:
This spreadsheet is updated monthly as more academies, free schools, studio schools and UTCs open.
Government encourages schools across the North East to express interest in proposals to improve transitions from primary to secondary school.
Research and analysis
Colleges in receipt of funding from the strategic college improvement fund were required to design and produce self-evaluations to allow them to learn from the improvement activities they had implemented.
Find out if a person’s qualifications allow them to work in an early years setting, and if they can be included in staff:child ratios.
Data on the provision of education for children under 5 years of age, including:
This publication covers the:
The additional tables provide national and local-authority-level information on EYFSP attainment by pupil characteristics, specifically:
Apprenticeships and Skills Minister Anne Milton announces the third and final round of colleges to receive funding from the Strategic College Improvement Fund.
These funding guides provide information to schools and ITT providers on:
The Department for Education funds training bursaries and scholarships for trainees on eligible ITT courses in England.
Bursary amounts will vary depending on:
Scholarships are awarded by the relevant professional body for the subject.
This letter for all schools draws their attention to the report from the Children’s Future Food Inquiry, which explored the food situation of disadvantaged children across the UK.
The letter highlights the following issues which were raised in the report, and encourages schools to consider whether they are doing all they can in these areas:
The memorandum of understanding is between Baker Dearing Educational Trust, as holders of the UTC licence, and DfE.
Details of all schools in the pre-opening stage of the free school programme, including:
There are many different types of free school, including:
There are also a small number of maths schools. These are specialist free schools for the most mathematically able 16- to 19-year-olds.
DfE letters to academy trusts about poor or inadequate performance or weaknesses in safeguarding, governance or financial management.
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