The majority of schools are safe environments for pupils and teaching staff, and it’s important they remain so. The Education Secretary has been clear that education is the best protection for vulnerable young people most at risk of being led down a dangerous path, and we must all take a united approach to protecting them.
Today’s news review looks at news reports on the higher education system.
Today’s Education in the Media blog features a piece from Minister for Equalities Nick Gibb MP, writing for Gay Times ahead of Pride in London this weekend. This weekend hundreds of thousands of people will be attending Pride …
Today's news review features a podcast with the Education Secretary and Minister for Women and Equalities and looks ahead to the speech she is making at the British Chambers of Commerce this afternoon.
Following a report by the Institute for Fiscal Studies that looked into tuition fees, Jo Johnson, Minister for Universities, has outlined the government’s stance on the higher education system in England.
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.
On Tuesday, 4 July, Coventry, Durham and Huddersfield universities published a report titled What the Prevent duty means for schools and colleges in England: An analysis of educationalists’ experiences. The research explored how the Prevent duty has been interpreted by …
Today’s news review looks at the report by the Children’s Commissioner on vulnerable children.
Today’s news review looks at the debate around tuition fees, and lateness fines.
Today’s news review looks at Justine Greening’s letter to MPs regarding abortion services for women from Northern Ireland and Anne Milton’s appearance at the Sunemployment Roadshow in London.