Despite the unprecedented challenges the global Covid pandemic has created this year, the Department for Education has been delivering on the Government’s promise to provide world-class education, training and care for everyone, whatever their background.
This year, we announced the biggest pay rise the teaching profession has seen since 2005, with above-inflation rises to the pay ranges for every single teacher in the country. This September 2020 pay award was worth 3.1% on average, recognising …
We want to make teaching attractive to the most talented graduates by recognising the prestige that we as a society place on the profession.
Today’s Education in the Media blog looks at our new T Level campaign as well as our announcement over the weekend on our new teacher bursaries package. T Level Campaign Today, Monday 7 October, sees the launch of our national …
This £14billion funding increase – the largest cash boost in a generation - means our schools can continue to raise standards and build an education system that boosts productivity, improves social mobility and equips children with the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in the bright future that lies ahead.
Reducing workload is a key priority for the department – last July we published a workload reduction toolkit, which we worked on with school leaders and teachers. This has been collectively downloaded over 158,000 times since becoming available.
Today’s Education in the Media blog focuses on the EPI report on the teacher labour market in England, and also looks at how Brexit could positively impact apprenticeships.
Today’s Education in the Media blog looks at the government’s teacher pay rise announcement and Minister Zahawi’s interview on BBC Breakfast this morning.
Today’s Education in the media blog focuses on the work grammar schools do on social mobility, teachers’ pay and the latest round of regional adoption agencies set up by the department. Pupil backgrounds Today, Thursday 22 March, the University College …
Today’s education in the media blog discusses teachers’ pay, the cap on faith schools and girls’ interest in STEM subjects.