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Weekly DfE Publication W/C 26/08/2019

27 August 2019

Delegation of adult education: exercise of functions

Transparency data

This guidance sets out how the Mayor of London is expected to exercise specified adult education functions, explained in Delegation of adult education: letter to the Mayor of London.

 

27 August 2019

Parental responsibility measures attendance census 2019: guide

Guidance

Information for local authorities completing the 2019 parental responsibility measures attendance census.

 

27 August 2019

Parental responsibility measures attendance census

Guidance

Local authorities must complete the parental responsibility measures attendance census each October.

LA’s must submit details of the controls they put in place in the previous academic year to help parents make sure their children attend school, including:

29 August 2019

Apprenticeship and levy statistics: August 2019

Official Statistics

Official statistics on the use of the apprenticeship service, including:

The statistics also include monthly apprenticeship starts information for the first 11 months of the 2018 to 2019 academic year.

 

29 August 2019

High-flying young women and girls celebrated at Downing Street reception

Press release

Campaigners, teachers and young women were welcomed to Downing Street by the Prime Minister to celebrate the global achievements of girls in education and entrepreneurship.

 

29 August 2019

Permanent and fixed period exclusions in England 2017 to 2018

National Statistics

Permanent and fixed period exclusions within the 2017 to 2018 academic year in:

It includes information on:

The release is based on exclusion data collected via the school census.

Exclusion information for earlier years is available in the underlying data file.

 

30 August 2019

Early years providers cost study: 2018

Research and analysis

This report includes an analysis of:

It also includes a comparison with data collected in 2015 as part of the SEED cost and funding of early education report.

 

30 August 2019

Maintained nursery schools: contribution to early years provision

Research and analysis

This report analyses the delivery costs of maintained nursery schools (MNS) and other comparable providers.

It uses existing sources and new data to examine how MNS differ from other early years providers in terms of the:

30 August 2019

Independent special schools and colleges

Guidance

Lists of all independent schools and colleges for children with special educational needs or disability (SEND), including:

NMSS are schools that the Secretary of State for Education has approved under section 342 of the Education Act 1996.

 

30 August 2019

Prime Minister boosts schools with £14 billion package

Press release

Schools across England are set for a giant cash boost as the Prime Minister announces he will invest over £14 billion in primary and secondary education between now and 2022/23.

 

31 August 2019

Chancellor announces £400 million investment for 16-19 year olds’ education

News story

Providers of 16-19 education such as further education and sixth form colleges will receive £400 million additional funding to train and teach our young people the skills they need for well-paid jobs in the modern economy, the Chancellor has announced. The boost is the single biggest annual increase for the sector since 2010.

 

31 August 2019

Virtual school heads: section 31 grant determination letters

Guidance

These letters to local authorities:

1 September 2019

New drive to continue boosting standards in schools

Press release

New measures announced to continue raising standards in schools, including lifting the exemption on outstanding school inspections and more support for struggling schools.

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