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Schools Minister launches programme to boost leadership

Schools Minister launches programme to boost leadership

School Standards Minister Nick Gibb visited Greater Manchester for the launch of a government funded programme to support future school leaders.

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Schools to support teachers' return to the classroom

Schools to support teachers' return to the classroom

Department for Education to test approaches to support teachers returning to work in schools in the West Midlands and South East of England.

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Damian Hinds sets out plans to help tackle teacher workload

Damian Hinds sets out plans to help tackle teacher workload

The Education Secretary pledges to tackle workload together with Ofsted and school leaders.

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Reappointment to the School Teachers’ Review Body

Reappointment to the School Teachers’ Review Body

Government reappoints Sir Robert Burgess and Jeanne Watson as members of the School Teachers' Review Body.

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Teaching Regulation Agency Chief Executive appointed

Teaching Regulation Agency Chief Executive appointed

Alan Meyrick confirmed as Chief Executive of agency responsible for the regulation of the teaching profession

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New bursary to get veterans into teaching

New bursary to get veterans into teaching

New government bursary of £40,000 available from September 2018 for ex-service personnel to retrain as teachers

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Secondary school places confirmed for thousands of pupils

Secondary school places confirmed for thousands of pupils

Pupils across the country will find out today (1 March) which secondary school has offered them a place for September, as education standards continue to rise.

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New Advanced Maths Premium can open more doors for young people

New Advanced Maths Premium can open more doors for young people

Schools will receive £600 for every additional pupil who takes an advanced maths qualification, helping to ensure Britain has skills for success in the future.

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Education Secretary celebrates students in the North East

Education Secretary celebrates students in the North East

A student from the North-East has been awarded the Lord Glenamara Memorial Prize

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New members announced for Ofqual board

New members announced for Ofqual board

The Department for Education has today (22 February) announced five new appointments to the Ofqual board.

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Multiplication tables check trials to begin in schools

Multiplication tables check trials to begin in schools

Government follows up phonics success with new multiplication tables trial.

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Measures announced to ensure talented trainees get into teaching

Measures announced to ensure talented trainees get into teaching

Changes to professional skills tests will make sure the best and brightest can pursue a career in teaching

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Government responds to consultation on disadvantage support

Government responds to consultation on disadvantage support

More disadvantaged pupils to benefit from additional support at school.

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Education Minister unveils new support for schools

Education Minister unveils new support for schools

Advice for schools on how to get the best value for money when buying support from businesses.

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Department for Education launches Commonwealth education pack

Department for Education launches Commonwealth education pack

School Standards Minister Nick Gibb launches teacher resource to celebrate Commonwealth.

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Damian Hinds Launches Global Celebration of Education

Damian Hinds Launches Global Celebration of Education

Secretary of State for Education opens Education World Forum

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Drive to raise education standards in areas most in need

Drive to raise education standards in areas most in need

New Education Secretary unveils plans to drive up standards by supporting underperforming schools and increase opportunities in areas most in need.

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Drive to raise education standards in areas most in need

Drive to raise education standards in areas most in need

New Education Secretary unveils plans to drive up standards by supporting underperforming schools and increase opportunities in areas most in need.

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Education Secretary makes first visit to Cambridgeshire school

Education Secretary makes first visit to Cambridgeshire school

Damian Hinds met with pupils and teachers at a primary school in Soham during his first visit as Secretary of State for Education.

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Revised arrangements for GCSE computer science

Revised arrangements for GCSE computer science

Change to non-exam assessment to ensure grades are fair and reliable in summer 2018

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Malpractice for GCSEs, AS and A levels: 2017

Malpractice for GCSEs, AS and A levels: 2017

Official statistics for malpractice in GCSE, AS and A level exams in summer 2017.

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More help for vulnerable children to attend top boarding schools

More help for vulnerable children to attend top boarding schools

The Boarding School Partnerships Information Service has been launched to give more vulnerable children the chance to attend boarding schools.

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Minister meets top teaching graduates at University of Manchester

Minister meets top teaching graduates at University of Manchester

School Standards Minister Nick Gibb met new teacher trainees at a graduation ceremony at the University of Manchester

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Justine Greening unveils plans to boost support for new teachers

Justine Greening unveils plans to boost support for new teachers

The Education Secretary has launched a consultation to strengthen Qualified Teacher Status and improve career progression for teachers.

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Ofqual publishes reports relating to 2017 GCSEs, AS and A levels

Ofqual publishes reports relating to 2017 GCSEs, AS and A levels

Our summer report is being published alongside reviews of marking and moderation statistics and a range of associated analyses.

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Leading organisations pledge to boost flexible working in schools

Leading organisations pledge to boost flexible working in schools

More than 60 pledges to encourage flexible working in the teaching profession have been made following the first Flexible Working in Schools Summit

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Pupils in England climb global rankings in reading and literacy

Pupils in England climb global rankings in reading and literacy

PIRLS ranks England joint eighth out of 50 countries, and among the highest-performing in Europe

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Education Secretary visits School of the Year

Education Secretary visits School of the Year

Justine Greening visits TES School of the Year 2017, Broadford Primary School.

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Consultation on revised arrangements for GCSE computer science

Consultation on revised arrangements for GCSE computer science

Evidence suggests changes are required to ensure grades are fair and reliable in summer 2018.

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Consultation on disadvantaged entitlements under Universal Credit

Consultation on disadvantaged entitlements under Universal Credit

Views sought on support for disadvantaged pupils.

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Reappointment to the School Teachers’ Review Body

Reappointment to the School Teachers’ Review Body

Ken Clark reappointed to the School Teachers' Review Body (STRB), which looks at pay, duties and working time of teachers in England and Wales.

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Plans to further boost teacher recruitment and development

Plans to further boost teacher recruitment and development

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.

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Relationships and Sex Education for the 21st Century

Relationships and Sex Education for the 21st Century

Ian Bauckham to advise government on improving Relationships and Sex Education in schools

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Justine Greening launches new Institute for Teaching

Justine Greening launches new Institute for Teaching

Education Secretary opens the Institute for Teaching, urging the profession to embrace the high-quality training it will provide.

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New support for flexible working in schools pledged at summit

New support for flexible working in schools pledged at summit

Justine Greening announced new pilot programmes to employ teachers flexibly, and coaching schemes for women working in education.

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Education Secretary revisits her former secondary school

Education Secretary revisits her former secondary school

Justine Greening celebrates the official opening of new buildings at her old high school in Rotherham.

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Hundreds of pupils on track towards fluency in Mandarin

Hundreds of pupils on track towards fluency in Mandarin

Schools Standards Minister celebrates the success of young people learning the most spoken language in the world.

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New route into classroom for aspiring teachers

New route into classroom for aspiring teachers

The postgraduate teaching apprenticeship will offer top graduates an alternative route into the profession

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Thirty two academy leaders elected to help schools thrive

Thirty two academy leaders elected to help schools thrive

Names of academy leaders elected to headteacher boards announced

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Research into national curriculum testing at key stage 2

Research into national curriculum testing at key stage 2

Findings on sampling and review of accessibility in key stage 2 reading and maths tests.

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Sir Theodore Agnew appointed as minister

Sir Theodore Agnew appointed as minister

The Prime Minister has announced Sir Theodore Agnew will take up a role as minister in the Lords at the Department for Education.

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Thousands more children on track to become fluent readers

Thousands more children on track to become fluent readers

Phonics Screening Check results published today (28 September) show standards improving.

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Call for evidence: teacher involvement in developing exam papers

Call for evidence: teacher involvement in developing exam papers

Please contribute your views to Ofqual's review by 31 October 2017.

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Deal to help schools save cash on computer equipment

Deal to help schools save cash on computer equipment

DfE offers schools the chance to save on tablets, laptops and desktop devices.

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Reducing regulatory burden: the Ofqual handbook and more

Reducing regulatory burden: the Ofqual handbook and more

Ofqual announces package of measures to reduce regulatory burden, including a new online handbook.

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