We are aware of a small minority of councils suggesting they will close schools early for the Christmas break. It remains our expectation that all schools should stay open. We will continue to work with local authorities to support them …
Today, Wednesday 3 June, the Education Endowment Foundation has launched an online tuition pilot which aims to support disadvantaged children, following school closures as a result of a Covid-19.
Today’s Education in the Media blog looks at accelerated degree courses, employability and phonics attainment.
Today’s Education in the Media blog looks at the latest OECD report, as well as exciting news on the success of our music hubs.
Today’s Education in the Media blog looks at measures to improve mental health support in schools, the attainment gap between rich and poor pupils and LBGT books in schools.
Today’s news review looks at a report on the attainment of children from disadvantaged backgrounds and coverage of a newsletter about grammar schools.
Today’s news review looks at comments made by Sir Michael Wilshaw on grammar schools.
Today’s education news review looks at coverage on Sir Michael Wilshaw’s speech at the Telegraph Festival of Education Conference today, and a survey by Pride in London.
Today’s news review looks at Sir Michael Wilshaw’s latest commentary on the most able pupils, the publication of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) report on training new teachers, and the Isle of Wight Council’s appeal against the recent term time …
Today's news review looks at commentary on rates of white working class boys attending university and an open letter calling for children to be taught how to engage with politics.