The Universities Minister Sam Gyimah has written to university Vice Chancellors in England, marking the start of Fresher’s Week by calling on them to make the mental health of their students a priority.
Writing in the Telegraph today, Schools Minister Nick Gibb explains how today's Key Stage 4 results represent how far our schools have come thanks to the government's changes to the National Curriculum.
Writing in the Telegraph today, Universities Minister Jo Johnson set out the need for higher education reform and how the Higher Education and Research Bill will entrench in law institutional autonomy and academic freedoms.
For young people, growing up in today’s world can be challenging: from feeling as though you have to dress or act a certain way, to the impact of social media, to facing big decisions about the future. Being young is …
Today, 19 October 2016, Education Secretary Justine Greening announced new proposals to provide clarity for primary school teachers over the way their pupils are assessed. These proposals including a pledge not to introduce any new tests before 2018, will bring …
Skills and Apprenticeships Minister Robert Halfon has set out how apprenticeship reforms and the apprenticeship levy will deliver a quality and sustainable apprenticeships system for people of all backgrounds and all ages.
To mark GCSE results day, School Standards Minister Nick Gibb writes in today's Telegraph to congratulate the hundreds of thousands of 16-year-olds who received their results.
The Education Secretary Justine Greening and School Standards Minister Nick Gibb congratulate the hundreds of thousands of 16-year-olds receiving their GCSE results today.
On A level results day, the Universities Minister writes in today’s Telegraph that we want universities to wipe out mediocre teaching and drive up student engagement.
Today’s news review includes reports about term time holidays and Justine Greening’s first opinion piece as Education Secretary.