Mental Health Leads

Mental Health Leads

Trained senior mental health leads are to be put in place and tasked with identifying those who need support and improving access to specialist services. The mental health leads benefit pupils in up to 7,800 schools and colleges. Eligible schools … Read More

Early Years Recovery Investment

Early Years Recovery Investment

As part of its Early Years Recovery Investment, the government is providing funding for training to help 2 to 4-year-olds with language and mathematic skills. Thousands of pre-school children will benefit from improved language, numeracy and personal, social and emotional … Read More

£50M Investment in Class Facilities for T-Levels

£50M Investment in Class Facilities for T-Levels

£50 million funding has been targeted at colleges, schools and sixth forms in order to deliver T-levels across England from 2022 to improve and expand teaching spaces and facilities. T-Levels are equivalent to three A levels and uniquely combine classroom … Read More

Family Hubs £20m Help for Vulnerable Families

Family Hubs £20m Help for Vulnerable Families

The government have promised 20 million pounds will be invested to improve access to early education, health and care services for thousands of vulnerable or low-income families in England. The Government has set out plans to elevate its Family Hubs … Read More

GCSE Results

GCSE Results

On Thursday 12 August, over half a million pupils received their  GCSE results. There was cause for celebration after a difficult year with  overall grades slightly up on last year. Results show 79.1% of entries received a grade 4 or … Read More

University Places Confirmed

University Places Confirmed

210,000+ students have had their university places confirmed, with 192,000 at their first choice and increases in top grades for students from all backgrounds. A record rate of students from disadvantaged backgrounds will be starting university courses, up 11% proportionately … Read More

The government has announced today (Friday 6 August) that a team of experts has been assembled to help shape the future of music education as part of its National Plan for Music Education.

New National Plan for Music Education

The government has announced today (Friday 6 August) that a team of experts has been assembled to help shape the future of music education as part of its National Plan for Music Education. The team has been put in place … Read More

Apprenticeships Funding

£7 million in Apprenticeships Funding  has been put in place to support the creation of new flexible apprenticeships. Sectors including the creative, agriculture and construction industries can now bid for a share of the funding. Apprenticeships are at least 12 months … Read More

Summer Schools Scheme Builds Numbers

Summer Schools Scheme Builds Numbers

Three quarters of secondary schools of eligible secondary schools in England have signed up to host a summer school over the holidays, offering a mixture of academic and extra-curricular activities to boost catch up for children. The Summer Schools scheme … Read More

Free Skills Courses Expanded for Adults

Free Skills Courses Expanded for Adults

The government have announced an expansion of free skills courses to boost the nation’s skills, level up opportunities and get more people into better paid jobs. The Government’s successful Skills Bootcamp training programmes will be expanded across the country, offering an extra … Read More