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.
Today’s news review responds to a new report on early years education.
Today’s news review looks at coverage about our Key Stage 2 plans and pupil projection figures.
Today’s news review responds to the Education Select Committee’s report on social work reform.
Following the publication of Lord Sainsbury's report into technical education and the Government's response with the Post-16 Skills Plan, on Friday 8 July, a number of organisations have come foward with supportive comments on the next steps in technical education …
Today’s news review looks at coverage of the expansion of the south Asian ‘mastery’ approach to maths teaching, and the Church of England's plans to open 125 free schools.
Today’s news review looks at inaccurate claims made about term time holidays.
Today's news review looks at the open letter from Ofsted chief inspector Sir Michael Wilshaw on Birmingham Children's Services, and comments on sex education from Women and Equalities chair Maria Miller.
Today Education Secretary Nicky Morgan has confirmed that Amanda Spielman remains her preferred candidate for the role of Chief Inspector of Ofsted.
Today’s news review looks at coverage of the appointment process for the new Ofsted Chief, figures on Multi Academy Trust performance, term time holiday penalty notices, a report on women on boards, and the Children and Social Work Bill.
Yesterday, Wednesday 6 July, the Guardian published a letter written by representatives of a number of social work bodies. Edward Timpson responds.