Views sought on support for disadvantaged pupils.
- The AAIB is sending a team to Buckinghamshire
- ‘Space Emergency Service’ gains international award
- David Davis' update to the House of Commons on EU negotiations
- New Defence Secretary recognises Scots defence role
- The Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport reappoints Chair of the Sports Grounds Safety Authority (SGSA)
- Defence and security technology entrepreneurs invited to apply for Pitch@Palace
- Sir Michael Barber report into improving value in public spending published
- Boost for space incubators during Global Entrepreneurship Week
- Russia vetoes resolution to extend Joint Investigative Mechanism
- David Davis' speech to the Suddeutsche Zeitung Economic Summit
Ken Clark reappointed to the School Teachers' Review Body (STRB), which looks at pay, duties and working time of teachers in England and Wales.
Staff at the National College for Teaching and Leadership and the Department for Education to form one team to support teachers at every stage of their career.
Ian Bauckham to advise government on improving Relationships and Sex Education in schools
Education Secretary opens the Institute for Teaching, urging the profession to embrace the high-quality training it will provide.
Justine Greening announced new pilot programmes to employ teachers flexibly, and coaching schemes for women working in education.
Justine Greening celebrates the official opening of new buildings at her old high school in Rotherham.
Schools Standards Minister celebrates the success of young people learning the most spoken language in the world.
The postgraduate teaching apprenticeship will offer top graduates an alternative route into the profession
Names of academy leaders elected to headteacher boards announced
Findings on sampling and review of accessibility in key stage 2 reading and maths tests.
The Prime Minister has announced Sir Theodore Agnew will take up a role as minister in the Lords at the Department for Education.
Phonics Screening Check results published today (28 September) show standards improving.
Please contribute your views to Ofqual's review by 31 October 2017.
DfE offers schools the chance to save on tablets, laptops and desktop devices.
Ofqual announces package of measures to reduce regulatory burden, including a new online handbook.
Letters being sent to schools selected for participation.
Letters being sent to schools selected for participation.
New appointments in the School Teachers' Review Body (STRB) which looks at pay, duties and working time of teachers in England and Wales.
Government responds to the primary assessment consultations.
Education Secretary Justine Greening sets out measures to replace 'outdated' school funding system
£75 million Teaching and Leadership Innovation Fund will provide teachers with skills and knowledge-based training
Education Secretary Justine Greening calls for closer working between independent and state schools to create more good school places.
For the academic year 2017 to 2018 and beyond, Ofqual will release publications based on data for England only.
33,000 new school places created as number of free schools, studio schools and university technical colleges opened since 2011 passes 500.
Review of rules regarding serving teachers writing and reviewing exam papers
Minister of State for School Standards, Nick Gibb, congratulates students on GCSE results day
Ofqual's guide to results, standards and grade boundaries in the 2017 GCSE results.
Statement in relation to misleading story ahead of GCSE results
Ofqual's guide to results, standards and grade boundaries in the 2017 AS and A level results.
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Sir Adrian Smith review underlines the value of post-16 maths and calls for more action to support young people
School Standards Minister Nick Gibb sets out the government’s ambition for 90% of children to study the core academic subjects at GCSE.
DfE to offer schools the chance to save on tablets, laptops and desktop devices.
Schools, further education colleges and universities have been asked to carry out building checks following the Grenfell fire.
Results published today (4 July 2017) show that the percentage of children achieving the expected standard in primary school has risen.
Ofqual's symposium covered a number of topics relating to this year's exams.
Schools in England will have a second chance to challenge GCSE, AS & A level and project results if they have concerns about marking errors.
Ofqual's statement about the error in OCR's English literature exam paper.
Ofqual statement on Manchester incident: advice for schools and students
Schools can use a buying framework negotiated by the government to save money on printers.
HMCI Amanda Spielman welcomes Professor Julius Weinberg to Ofsted's non-executive board.
Professor Julius Weinberg appointed next Chair of Ofsted.
Four new appointments to the board of the independent exams regulator and one term extension.
The results of Ofqual's annual survey on perceptions of A levels, GCSEs and other qualifications. Conducted 2 November to 2 December 2016.
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