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Weekly DfE Publications W/C 17.09.2018

School census 2018 to 2019: technical information

Guidance

This is technical information about submitting data for the school census 2018 to 2019.

Use this if you’re a:

The specification contains:

Software suppliers should use the list of validation rules so that schools can validate the data they submit.

School census 2018 to 2019: guide for schools and LAs

Guidance

This guide will help schools and local authorities:

This document should be used as a handbook for data collected for the purposes of the school census. It should be stored in schools’ management information systems (MIS) throughout the year and not just used as a guide for census days.

New school proposals

Transparency data

‘Local authorities seeking proposers’ contains details of all local authorities seeking proposers to establish a new academy or free school.

It includes the:

‘Section 6A approved/under consideration schools’ contains details of:

It includes the:

T Level panels: membership

Transparency data

T Level panels are responsible for developing the outline content for new T Levels.

The panels are made up of employers, professional bodies and providers and help in creating technical education programmes.

There are T Level panels across the 11 routes for 2020 and 2023:

T Levels are 2-year technical study programmes for 16- to 19-year-olds that include a qualification and an industry placement.

Keeping children safe in education

Statutory guidance

This guidance applies to all schools and is for:

It sets out the legal duties you must follow to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and young people under the age of 18 in schools and colleges.

All school and college staff should read part 1 of this guidance. Part 1 of the guidance is also available as a standalone document.

‘Regulated activity in relation to children: scope’ describes work that a barred person must not do.

Early years initial teacher training (ITT) providers

Guidance

Find an early years ITT training provider with places available for your qualification level.

Social mobility and opportunity areas

Policy paper

The delivery plans for the 12 opportunity areas outline how we plan to build young people’s knowledge and skills and provide them with the best advice and opportunities.

The selection methodology explains how we decided which areas would be classified as ‘opportunity areas’.

The selection data spreadsheet presents the data which we originally considered when identifying the areas in greatest need.

The 12 opportunity areas are:

Evaluation of the 18 to 21 work skills pilot 1: final report

Research and analysis

The report draws on research with policy makers, staff in training providers and Jobcentre Plus, as well as learners. It also describes lessons learned for future pilots in this area.

Employer ownership of skills pilot: round 1 final evaluation

Research and analysis

This report is the final evaluation of the employer ownership of skills pilot: round 1 which began in 2012.

It covers 36 pilot projects and examines the use of public funds in raising skill levels, including:

Guidance

This is technical information about submitting data for the school census 2018 to 2019.

Use this if you’re a:

The specification contains:

Software suppliers should use the list of validation rules so that schools can validate the data they submit.

School census 2018 to 2019: guide for schools and LAs

Guidance

This guide will help schools and local authorities:

This document should be used as a handbook for data collected for the purposes of the school census. It should be stored in schools’ management information systems (MIS) throughout the year and not just used as a guide for census days.

New school proposals

Transparency data

‘Local authorities seeking proposers’ contains details of all local authorities seeking proposers to establish a new academy or free school.

It includes the:

‘Section 6A approved/under consideration schools’ contains details of:

It includes the:

T Level panels: membership

Transparency data

T Level panels are responsible for developing the outline content for new T Levels.

The panels are made up of employers, professional bodies and providers and help in creating technical education programmes.

There are T Level panels across the 11 routes for 2020 and 2023:

T Levels are 2-year technical study programmes for 16- to 19-year-olds that include a qualification and an industry placement.

Keeping children safe in education

Statutory guidance

This guidance applies to all schools and is for:

It sets out the legal duties you must follow to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and young people under the age of 18 in schools and colleges.

All school and college staff should read part 1 of this guidance. Part 1 of the guidance is also available as a standalone document.

‘Regulated activity in relation to children: scope’ describes work that a barred person must not do.

Early years initial teacher training (ITT) providers

Guidance

Find an early years ITT training provider with places available for your qualification level.

Social mobility and opportunity areas

Policy paper

The delivery plans for the 12 opportunity areas outline how we plan to build young people’s knowledge and skills and provide them with the best advice and opportunities.

The selection methodology explains how we decided which areas would be classified as ‘opportunity areas’.

The selection data spreadsheet presents the data which we originally considered when identifying the areas in greatest need.

The 12 opportunity areas are:

Evaluation of the 18 to 21 work skills pilot 1: final report

Research and analysis

The report draws on research with policy makers, staff in training providers and Jobcentre Plus, as well as learners. It also describes lessons learned for future pilots in this area.

Employer ownership of skills pilot: round 1 final evaluation

Research and analysis

This report is the final evaluation of the employer ownership of skills pilot: round 1 which began in 2012.

It covers 36 pilot projects and examines the use of public funds in raising skill levels, including:

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