Today’s Education in the Media blog focuses on music and arts in the school curriculum and funding for new digital skills standards. We also round-up National Adoption Week and touch on some good news regarding early years development.
Today’s news review looks at coverage of the latest early years foundation stage statistics.
Today’s news review looks at Ofsted figures on maintained schools and academies and the Department’s publication of the Initial Teacher Training census.
Ofsted has today published its maintained schools and academies inspection outcomes as at 31 August 2016.
Today’s news review looks at the £300 million we are investing to help children from all backgrounds enjoy the benefits of music and the arts, as well as a new survey from the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT) on teacher …
In 2012, 14-year-old Ayden Keenan-Olsen from Essex took his own life after being subjected to years of homophobic and racist bullying. In 2013, 15-year-old aspiring dancer Sinead Taylor hanged herself in her London home after repeated taunts from classmates because …
Education Secretary Justine Greening has answered questions from students on The Student Room, the largest online student community in the world. Students aged between 14 and 24 submitted questions covering everything from grammar schools, exams, tuition fees to mental health …
Today’s news review will look at inaccurate claims by the NUT and ATL about school funding, and media reports about the Early Years census.
Today's news review looks at a report into social mobility.
Today’s news review looks at a report on children going missing from care.
Today’s news review looks at a report on post-19 education, support for school libraries, the cost of childcare for children below school age and the royal charters for the UK's research councils