Since the introduction of 15 hours free childcare in 2013, more than 850,000 of the most disadvantaged two-year-olds have benefitted from this, whilst around 600,000 three and four-year olds have benefitted from a place in the 30 hours childcare scheme in the first two years.
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
Robert Halfon, Skills and Apprenticeships Minister, wrote the following comment piece for the New Statesman. My vision has always been simple: that each and every person no matter what their age or background gets a chance at a decent job …
Today’s news review looks at a report on head teacher recruitment that doesn’t tally with the figures and a report into apprenticeships.
Today’s news review examines a report into white working class boys’ GCSE performance, Equal Pay Day and concerns about lower-level apprenticeships.
Today’s news review looks at plans to ensure talented women at the top of business are recognised, promoted and rewarded.
Today’s news review looks at media coverage of an open letter from headteachers in Surrey about selective schools.