Today’s Education in the Media blog focuses on music and arts in the school curriculum and funding for new digital skills standards. We also round-up National Adoption Week and touch on some good news regarding early years development.
Today’s Education in the Media blog looks at the work we are doing to increase high quality apprenticeship opportunities for people of all ages, as well as the progress we are making to deliver our new gold standard T …
Today’s Education in the Media blog focuses on alternative provision, a new report from the Children’s Commissioner, and the funding going into Further Education.
Today our blog looks at how we are promoting the arts in the school curriculum.
The Education Secretary Damian Hinds recently embarked on a fact finding mission to Germany and the Netherlands as part of his commitment to ensuring every child in this country will have a well-rounded, world-class education - regardless of whether they choose a technical or …
Today’s blog marks the start of National Adoption Week and Colleges Week.
Today our Education in the Media blog focuses on the Secretary of State’s visit to Norwich, our position on mobile phones, and the funding going into rural schools.
Today’s Education in the Media blog looks at the presence of black history in the National Curriculum, and the new EPI report on University Technical Colleges.
Today’s Education in the Media blog looks at World Mental Health day, and a number of new measures announced by the government to tackle mental health issues. We also focus on how to close attainment gaps across the country.
Today’s Education in the Media blog looks ahead to World Mental Health Day, which takes place on Wednesday, 10 October, and the work the government is doing to support children and young people’s mental health.
Following media reports last week, regarding the OECD finding that the UK is the third highest spender on education including tertiary and private education for every country, Andreas Schleicher, Director for Education and Skills at the OECD has said: UK …