On Tuesday, 4 July, the national results for the 2017 Key Stage 2 tests and teacher assessments were published.
Today’s news review looks at the student loan system, the publication of the Key Stage 2 results and the Boarding School Partnership.
Today’s news review looks at coverage of a new consultation on primary assessment, including the reaction from unions, teachers and parents. It also covers a speech by the Secretary of State on social mobility, HSBC’s plans to introduce gender-neutral titles, …
On Thursday 19 January, we published new-look school performance tables based on last summer’s key stage 4 exam results. This Q&A sets out what has changed in the tables, and seeks to answer some of the questions raised by the media …
Today’s news review looks at figures published in Parliament that reveal the difference a grammar school education can make to disadvantaged children and the More Than a Score coalition.
Today’s news review looks at coverage of our changes to the primary assessment system.
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 …
Today’s news review looks at provisional GCSE performance data, showing the positive outcomes for disadvantaged pupils at grammar schools. It also responds to a new report from the TUC on the gender pay gap.
Schools Minister Nick Gibb has written on the results of this year's phonics screening check, which show a continued rise in pupils meeting the expected reading standard.
Today’s news review looks at coverage of plans to change the way the quality of university teaching is assessed , results of the national phonics screening check and new looked-after children statistics.