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Weekly DfE Publication WC 25/01/2021

26 January 2021

Laptops and tablets progress data during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak


Information about how many laptops and tablets we have delivered or dispatched to local authorities and academy trusts.


26 January 2021

Education Secretary speech to Education Policy Institute on remote learning


Gavin Williamson addresses the Education Policy Institute on remote learning.


26 January 2021

Funding boost to get more young people into work

Press release

New £1000 cash support for businesses to help with the cost of providing a traineeship.


28 January 2021

Further education and skills: January 2021

National Statistics

This publication contains further education and skills statistics in England, including learner participation and achievements, covering the first quarter (August to October 2020) of the 2020 to 2021 academic year (reported to date).

This comprises adult (aged 19 and over) government-funded further education (excluding schools and higher education) comprising:

Headline further education figures include traineeships and apprenticeships where appropriate. However, for commentary specifically corresponding to these, see the Apprenticeships and traineeships: January 2021 statistics publication.


28 January 2021

Student finance eligibility: 2021 to 2022 academic year

Policy paper

Information on the eligibility requirements for undergraduate, postgraduate and further education financial support from Student Finance England for the 2021 to 2022 academic year.

It may be useful for:


29 January 2021

Coronavirus (COVID-19) asymptomatic testing for staff in primary schools and nurseries


This guidance is for staff working in primary settings in England, including:

This guidance is also for staff working in school-based nurseries and maintained nursery schools.

Staff in other early years settings, including childminders, can be tested through community testing programmes.


29 January 2021

Mass asymptomatic testing: schools and colleges


These resources have been developed by NHS Test and Trace and are for:


29 January 2021

School admissions code

Statutory guidance

Statutory guidance that schools must follow when carrying out duties relating to school admissions.

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