A spreadsheet listing all academy trusts in receipt of pre-warning notice or warning notice letters about poor or inadequate performance.
This guide contains information to help local authorities submit data for the SEN2 2020 survey. It includes:
Data on the provision of education for children under 5 years of age, including:
This information is for:
The English and maths progress measures show achievements by students who did not achieve A* to C in these subjects at the end of key stage 4.
This is the fourth release in a series of teachers analysis compendium reports. The previous 3 reports can be found in the Teacher workforce statistics and analysis collection.
The report gives an analysis on expanding supply initiatives, such as subject knowledge enhancement (SKE) courses and teacher subject specialism training (TSST). This is together with analysis on:
The report also gives an analysis on the retention of newly qualified teachers (NQTs).
Local authorities are required under Section 251 of the Apprenticeships, Skills, Children and Learning Act 2009 to submit education and children’s social care budget statements. The statements contain details of local authorities’ funding plans for the coming financial year.
This statistical publication provides information on the attainment of pupils in the 2018 phonics screening check and key stage 1 teacher assessments.
It also includes information on attainment for the phonics screening check and key stage 1 teacher assessments by different pupil characteristics, specifically:
This is a report that states the number of system leaders designated by DfE.
This update provides data for autumn term 2018 on the:
These statistics include the higher education participation rate for students who are:
This publication provides additional information to the national curriculum assessments at key stage 2 in England, 2018 (interim) publication published on 10 July 2018.
These changes were added after provisional publication on 4 September 2018 and have been updated in this document published on 28 September 2018.
This guidance is for FE providers. It contains summary cost models relating to further education:
This document explains decisions about the disposal of school land and the background to how these decisions are made.
Schools themselves and their local authorities propose to convert these often surplus or un-used fields to invest in school sport or education.
Local authorities must consult widely prior to making an application. The government will only give local authorities and schools permission to dispose of school playing fields if the sports and curriculum needs of the school and its neighbouring schools can continue to be met.
All proceeds of any sales must be put back into improving sports or educational facilities.
This guidance applies to:
Corporations or other bodies running an institution within the FE sector can change their name:
How business professionals working in schools can find, join or create a network of local school business professionals.
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