Today’s blog looks at the package of support the Government is making available to early years settings, following a report from the Early Years Alliance.
Writing in the Telegraph today (Monday 4 May), Education Secretary Gavin Williamson has announced a package of measures to protect students and universities, including temporary student number controls, £2.6bn of forecast tuition fee payments for universities being bought forward and …
Today (Monday 4 May), the Department for Education has announced a package of measures to stabilise university admissions, protecting the sector and students from the impacts of coronavirus. These include temporary student number controls, bringing forward tuition fee payments and …
Yesterday (Thursday 30 April), Minister for Children and Families Vicky Ford wrote to the Guardian about how the government is making sure vulnerable children are protected during the coronavirus pandemic. Her letter can be read in full below.
Today’s Education in the Media blog looks to clarify media reporting around the publication of our apprenticeship statistics.
Today's blog looks at the launch of StarLine, a new national helpline for parents, and early years funding. StarLine Today, 24 April, STAR Academies Trust has launched a new national helpline for parents called StarLine. The service will be a free …
Today's blog looks at media reports based on speculation that students who wish to may not be able to sit exams once schools reopen.
Today's blog looks at reports of calls for five conditions to be met before schools reopen due to coronavirus.
Today’s Education in the Media blog looks at the government’s position on school closures and the new package of support for online learning. It answers some commonly asked questions in relation to the online learning support package.
Answers to frequently asked questions about the impact of coronavirus on pupils eligible free school meals.