GCSE, AS and A level exams will not be going ahead as planned this summer. Today, we have announced that students will receive grades determined by teachers, with pupils only assessed on what they have been taught and not what they …
This week the Prime Minister announced a national lockdown to help combat the spread of Covid-19. This is a guide to what it means for schools, colleges, early years settings and more.
A comment piece in today’s Telegraph sets out the importance of exams taking place next summer.
This post was edited on 10 November to reflect the decision to cancel exams in Wales next year. On Monday 12 October we confirmed that exams will go ahead next year and most AS/A level and GCSE exams will be …
Today’s Education in the media blog looks at the department's trials on effective ways to deal with pupil behaviour, mental health at universities and our reformed GCSEs.
Today’s Education in the Media looks at requirements the Office for Students is putting in place to ensure vice-chancellor pay is justified, the benefits of the academies system and the strength of our new gold-standard GCSEs. Vice-chancellor pay Today, Tuesday …
Today’s education blog looks at our highlights from 2017.
In today’s blog we will discuss a study from Durham University about primary schools, our national key stage 2 results and our announcement for celebrations of 100 years of votes for women.
Today’s news review looks at some of the coverage of yesterday’s GCSE results.
Today’s news review looks at the new GCSE grading system.