On Saturday the Prime Minister announced that, from today, the country will enter a new period of national restrictions until at least 2 December. Unlike the last national lockdown in the spring, this time schools, nurseries and other education settings …
From Thursday 5 November, the country will enter a second month-long national period of restrictions, during which time non-essential shops, hospitality settings and more will be closed. This time, however, we are keeping education settings open for all. Education Secretary …
The Children’s Commissioner for England, Anne Longfield, has warned of the difficulties of schools sending large groups of pupils home.
This week the Department confirmed our intention that outstanding schools and colleges should no longer be exempt from routine Ofsted inspection.
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, our blog looks at the wider opening of schools, colleges and early years settings as well as government policy to stop drugs in schools.
Today’s blog looks at our announcement of £6.5 million to place social workers in schools to support children most at risk during Covid-19. Social workers to work in schools to support vulnerable children On Thursday 21 May as part of …
Today, Education Secretary Gavin Williamson wrote an opinion piece in the Daily Mail about schools opening to more pupils in a phased way from 1 June. Read a full copy of his opinion piece on our blog.
Today’s blog looks at the oral evidence hearing held today, Wednesday 13 May, by Parliament’s Science and Technology Select Committee.
Yesterday, Monday 11 May, the Department for Education published guidance on the wider opening of nurseries, schools and colleges.