Today’s education in the media looks at the results of the phonics screening and Key Stage 1 reading, writing and maths assessments. We also look at stats that show almost half of people are likely to go to university and …
Today’s news review looks at the welcome increase in the number of teenagers who go on to university as well as religious education lessons in secondary schools.
Today’s news review summarises a letter in The Times from Schools Minister Nick Gibb about the English Baccalaureate, the take-up of arts subjects and social mobility.
Today’s news review looks at the National Student Survey results, the EBacc, and children’s social care services.
Today’s blog looks at those from the education sector who have been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours, coverage relating to the update of the new computer science GCSE, and a story about how teachers help adopted children.
Today’s news review looks at coverage of a survey from the British Council on language learning in schools in England.
Today’s news review looks at renewed calls for compulsory sex and relationship education in schools. Sex and relationship education Today, Wednesday 15 February, the Local Government Association (LGA) called for sex and relationship education (SRE) to be compulsory in all …
Today’s news review looks at sex and relationship education, support staff in schools and mental health.
Today’s blog looks at new guidance for universities and colleges on boosting the number of pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds, as well as a study by the Wellcome Trust on science teaching in schools.
Today’s news review looks at a report on the Northern Powerhouse and arts history.