Department For Education News Feed
We are seeking views on the proposed early years assistant (level 2) criteria and their suitability for qualifications in early education and childcare.
Findings from a study of early years provision quality within the larger study of early education and development (SEED) project.
Information from the 2017 spring school census about the nationality, country of birth and proficiency in English of pupils.
Statistics from the apprenticeship service including registered apprenticeship services accounts and commitments, reported to 31 October 2017.
Phased roll-out of the National Assessment and Accreditation System from 2018
Latest information and actions from the Standards and Testing Agency (STA) for schools, academies, local authorities and academy trusts.
School Standards Minister speaks at a presentation of England's successful Progress in International Reading Literacy Study results at the British Library
Comparisons of Ofsted ratings for local authority schools and sponsored academies since 2010.
Findings from PIRLS 2016, assessing and comparing the reading attainment and attitudes of year 5 children.
PIRLS ranks England joint eighth out of 50 countries, and among the highest-performing in Europe
A consultation is being launched on new proposals on eligibility for free 15 hour childcare for two-year-olds.
We are inviting views on our proposals for the free early years entitlement for 2 year olds under Universal Credit.
Ways for schools and colleges to support pupils' mental health are set out in a green paper, as well as plans for new mental health support teams.
This green paper sets out the ambition that children and young people who need help for their mental health are able to get it when they need it.
Report into how young people make educational choices after they turn 16 years old and what information they use.
A summary of responses to questions asked in the post-16 institutions omnibus survey.
How learners, parents, teachers and careers guidance professionals use information, tools and data to make informed choices in education.
The government’s plan for raising the quality of careers provision in England.
Tailored advice will be at the heart of a new Careers Strategy designed to make sure young people have the skills they need and employers want post-Brexit.
Justine Greening visits TES School of the Year 2017, Broadford Primary School.