We are confident provision for schools will be protected in the event of the UK having to leave the EU without an agreement and there are robust contingency plans in place to ensure schools are prepared in all eventualities.
As the Prime Minister has said, further education and skills will be a priority for this government - and the Education Secretary taking the lead for this vital work is a reflection of that commitment.
Today’s Education in the Media blog looks at the announcement of the first Institutes of Technology, as well as school funding and the Education Secretary’s letter to the NAHT union.
Today’s Education in the Media blog looks at all the announcements we have made over the festive period, including our ambition to tackle the use of single-use plastics, the ‘activity passport’ for pupils and those in the education and social …
Today’s Education in the Media blog looks at our Home Learning Environment summit, hosted by the Secretary of State, which will explore opportunities to help parents with early learning at home.
Today’s Education in the media blog looks at the department's trials on effective ways to deal with pupil behaviour, mental health at universities and our reformed GCSEs.
Today’s Education in the Media blog looks at the revised Keeping Children Safe in Education statutory guidance.
Today’s Education in the media blog looks at work to improve young people’s vocabularies and student loan interest rates.
Today (Tuesday 13 March) there was a debate on four sets of regulations relating to Universal Credit (UC) following the spring budget statement in the House of Commons. This included debates on our proposals for future support for disadvantaged children …
Today's Education in the media focuses on today's Skills Summit, as well as Ofsted figures which show that there are now 1.9 million more pupils in good or outstanding schools than in 2010.