Today, the majority of schools across the country welcomed their students back to school after the Easter Break.
Please note: The information below may be out of date. For updated information on grades in 2021, please click here. Students won’t be sitting exams this year because that wouldn’t be fair after all the disruption they’ve experienced since the …
It is vital that students are able to concentrate fully on their education free from the distraction and disturbance of bad behaviour. That’s why the Department has invested £10m in a set of measures that will help school leaders improve …
We’ve confirmed that face coverings should continue to be worn by adults and those in Year 7 and above as a precautionary measure when students return to schools and colleges after the Easter break.
Sexual abuse in any form is unacceptable. Following the concerning reports provided to the Everyone’s Invited website, detailing incidents of sexual assault in schools and colleges, the Government is taking immediate steps to support to those affected and ensure all …
Making sure young people can pick up the skills they need in an increasingly digital world and preparing them for a wide range of cutting edge jobs is a priority.
The way children are taught at school hasn’t actually changed much since the start of the pandemic and throughout, the government has prioritised education.
Childminders now have more options for accessing asymptomatic twice-weekly testing.
As many as one in three people with Covid are asymptomatic – meaning they have no symptoms of the virus and could spread it without knowing. In settings like schools and colleges that is obviously a concern. But that’s where …
Last week, all pupils returned to schools following more than two months of remote learning for most children.
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