Research and analysis
This research looks at the different attitudes of male and female students in key stage 4, when thinking about STEM subjects. It examines which subjects they thought were:
It is based on data from the second Longitudinal Study of Young People in England (LSYPE2).
The first round of the Selective Schools Expansion Fund (SSEF) will provide funding of £49.3 million for 16 expansion projects. This will create over 2,700 more grammar school places.
The fair access and partnership plans of the 16 successful schools from the first round of the Selective Schools Expansion Fund can be accessed here. These plans set out the actions the schools have committed to take to increase the numbers of pupil premium pupils applying for and obtaining a place. The first year of implementation for these plans is the 2020 school year.
This guidance is for local authorities.
It contains information on:
This guide provides local authorities with information about the school preference data collections including:
Analysis of the number of academies that have moved trusts between the 2013 to 2014 and 2017 to 2018 financial years and the total grant funding provided.
Statistical data set
Information on learners, learning programmes and learner achievement.
The Teacher Recruitment Bulletin has replaced the School Direct bulletin. This is a monthly bulletin with the latest news on teacher recruitment for schools and ITT providers.
The technical guide is for all primary schools. It sets out how primary school accountability measures are calculated for the school performance tables.
These spreadsheets show:
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