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Weekly DfE Publications W/C 08/07/2019

8 July 2019

Higher technical education interim impact assessments

Impact assessment

The impact assessment considers the following protected characteristics, identified in the Equality Act 2010:

8 July 2019

Proposals launched to boost the quality and uptake of Higher Technical Qualifications

Press release

Review reveals how Higher Technical Qualifications can lead to better wages and plug skills gaps

8 July 2019

Higher technical education: current system and case for change

Policy paper

‘Higher technical education: current system and case for change’ - presents the available evidence on the government’s reforms to the system.

The glossary of terms explains important higher technical education terminology, it should also be read alongside the consultation on ‘Improving higher technical education’.

8 July 2019

Healthy schools rating scheme

Guidance

The healthy schools rating scheme is a voluntary scheme for schools that recognises and encourages their contribution to supporting pupils’ health and wellbeing.

Schools will be able to determine how well they are promoting healthy eating and physical activity by completing a self-assessment and receiving a rating based on their answers.

They will receive an award for their performance, and information on how they might improve their healthy living policies.

Schools can use the award to show parents how they have performed.

9 July 2019

Salaries of top academy bosses to be fair, proportionate and justified

Press release

Government issues new publication on setting executive pay in academy trusts

 

9 July 2019

National curriculum assessments: key stage 2, 2019 (interim)

National Statistics

This publication provides interim statistics for attainment in key stage 2 (KS2) national curriculum assessments (commonly known as SATs) for pupils in schools in England.

It includes national-level results from the following KS2 assessments:

9 July 2019

Results show primary pupils are ready for secondary school

Press release

65% of pupils meet demanding standards in reading writing and maths – up from last year

10 July 2019

New masterclass to prepare students for independent living

News story

New workshops will be available from September to support schools and colleges teach young people about living independently.

11 July 2019

T Level providers to benefit from multi-million pound fund

Press release

First batch of T Level providers to receive funding from £38 million fund to help build new classrooms and refurbish buildings

11 July 2019

National pupil projections: July 2018 (2019 update)

Official Statistics

This publication includes actual and projected figures for the pupil population for most school types in England. The figures are provided by school type and age group.

Overall actual and projected figures by age group for 6 variant projections are also provided, for example a low fertility variant.

An additional set of underlying data has been provided giving a 2019 update of the projections, incorporating new actual data but unchanged base population projections. The summary of the release has been updated to reflect these changes.

11 July 2019

Analysis of Ofsted good and outstanding schools

Transparency data

This publication considers the increase in children studying in good or outstanding schools since 2010. It includes a comparative analysis of Ofsted ratings for local-authority-maintained schools that have become sponsored academies since 2010.

This analysis only includes sponsored academies where an inspection has taken place since it opened as an academy.

11 July 2019

Condition spend data collection reports

Transparency data

The condition spend data collection reviews how local authorities and multi-academy trusts (responsible bodies) have used the school condition allocations (SCA), given to them for maintaining school buildings.

Each report provides:

11 July 2019

Eighty-thousand more children in good or outstanding sponsored academies

Press release

New figures show 380,000 children are now studying in good or outstanding sponsored academies, up 80,000 since December 2017.

12 July 2019

National mental health programme between schools and NHS

Press release

Education Secretary Damian Hinds sets out next steps in bringing together services for young people in need of mental health support

12 July 2019

Letters to academy trusts about poor performance

Collection

DfE letters to academy trusts about poor or inadequate performance or weaknesses in safeguarding, governance or financial management.

12 July 2019

Understanding child and adolescent wellbeing: a system map

Research and analysis

This research used system mapping to capture the perceptions of the 21 children and young people’s (CYP) practitioners who participated in the study.

12 July 2019

'Teachers can be proud of contribution to pupils' lives', Hinds

Press release

At the Pearson Teaching Awards, Damian Hinds thanks teachers for their selfless work inspiring young people

12 July 2019

National professional qualifications (NPQs): list of providers

Guidance

The list shows providers of the following qualifications:

14 July 2019

Children to have greater opportunity to access 60 minutes of physical activity every day

Press release

School Sport and Activity Action Plan will help set children up to lead healthy lives.

 

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