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School places in England: applications, allocations and appeals - …

Posted: (3 days ago) Mar 11, 2021  · School places are not automatically allocated in England, even when children are attending an attached pre-school or feeder school or have older siblings already attending. Parents or carers need to apply for a place. Options for parents who don’t get the school place they wanted.

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Schools: Parental Decision Making and Access to Pupil Records - …

Posted: (3 days ago) Jul 15, 2016  · The school must make a pupil’s educational record available for inspection or provide a copy of the record within 15 school days of a parent’s written request. The school cannot charge to make the record available for inspection. Any charge for copying the educational record must not exceed the cost of supply.

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Religious Education in Schools (England)

Posted: (4 days ago) with the school’s trust deed or, where provision is not made by a trust deed, in accordance with the beliefs of the religion or denomination specified in the order that designates the school as having a religious character. RE in a foundation or voluntary controlled school with a religious character must be provided in accordance with the locally

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Bullying in UK Schools

Posted: (5 days ago) KiVa school-based antibullying programme (2019-22) 31 Behind the numbers: ending school violence (2019) 31 The effectiveness of anti-bullying strategies (2019) 32 Addressing school violence and bullying (2019) 33 Improving behaviour in school (2019) 33 Approaches to preventing and tackling bullying (2018) 34 Below the Radar (2014) 35

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Religious Education in schools (England) - House of Commons …

Posted: (1 day ago) Oct 10, 2019  · In 2019, the Education Minister Nick Gibb stated that from September 2019, Ofsted inspectors will now take account of the religious education taught as party of assessing the quality of a school’s education, if it is a school without religious character …

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House of Commons - Education and Employment - Ninth Report

Posted: (6 days ago) the change to the school leaving age, a period of rising schools rolls, a period of falling school rolls, delegation of budgets, the National Curriculum mark one two and three, and then all the changes we have seen over the last three or four years".

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Reclose schools and colleges due to increase in COVID-19 cases - …

Posted: (6 days ago) Nov 25, 2020  · Attending school and college is vital for children and young people’s education and for their wellbeing. Time out of school or college is detrimental for children’s and young people’s cognitive and academic development, particularly for disadvantaged children and young people.

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Careers guidance in schools, colleges and universities (England) - …

Posted: (1 week ago) Sep 22, 2021  · Also in 2019, the Augar Review on post-18 education stated that it believed secondary schools “careers support [to be] still underfunded” and recommended that every secondary school become part of a Careers Hub. Careers Hubs, run by the Careers and Enterprise Company, work with schools and colleges to train staff to improve careers advice ...

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Oxbridge ‘elitism’ - House of Commons Library

Posted: (3 days ago) May 25, 2021  · The impact of the pandemic on school exam arrangements and grades led to an increase in overall entrants at both institutions in 2020 and particularly from state school pupils. However, the historical data shows that progress has been slow. At the end of the 1920s around 20% of entrants to both universities started their education at a state ...

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Language teaching in schools (England) - House of Commons …

Posted: (5 days ago) Jan 17, 2020  · Language learning in England is consistently poor when compared with foreign language learning in other countries. The European Commission’s Flash Barometer Report found that in April 2018 32% of UK 15-30 year olds felt confident reading and writing in two or more languages, compared to 79% in France, 91% in Germany, and 80% on average across EU member states (p.42).

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Behaviour and Discipline in Schools

Posted: (1 week ago) Nov 08, 2010  · There is a clear consensus that exclusion from school results in dramatically poorer outcomes for the child concerned and has significant long-term costs to society. There have been strong arguments made that we should move toward a zero exclusion school system [25] [26] .

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Faith Schools in England: FAQs

Posted: (1 week ago) faith or no faith, a place at the school if there are places available. Schools designated by the Secretary of State as having a religious character (commonly known as faith schools) may use faith-based oversubscription criteria and allocate places by reference to faith where the school is oversubscribed.

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Independent schools (England)

Posted: (6 days ago) independent school regulations that prescribe certai n aspects of their operation. Independent schools are subject to inspection, by Ofsted or other accredited school inspectorates. Independent schools are also, as educational institutions, able to take charitable status,

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Coronavirus and schools

Posted: (6 days ago) School funding and additional costs relating to the pandemic The Department for Education (DfE) made some additional funding available for free school meals, exceptional cleaning costs, catch-up funding and tutoring, laptops and digital devices, teacher training, and supply staff costs.

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Bullying in UK Schools - House of Commons Library

Posted: (2 days ago) Feb 04, 2020  · The DfE has issued guidance to schools, parents and school staff on how to tackle bullying and the legal powers and obligations of schools. The Education Act 2011 amended the Education and Inspections Act 2006 to provide that an electronic device, such as a mobile phone, can be seized by a staff member to investigate whether an act of bullying ...

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The School Day and Year - House of Commons Library

Posted: (1 day ago) Sep 24, 2021  · Download ‘The School Day and Year’ report (443 KB , PDF) In England, local authority maintained schools must open for at least 380 sessions (190 days) during a school year. Term dates are determined by school employers. The local authority is the employer for community, voluntary-controlled, community special or maintained nursery schools.

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Finding funding for schools and pupils - House of Commons Library

Posted: (1 day ago) May 20, 2021  · The school funding system differs in each of the four countries of the UK. This means that if a pupil is looking for funding, the best institution to contact varies according to location. Schools in England have discretion to spend their budgets as they deem appropriate, provided it is on the education of pupils at their school. As a result ...

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Initial teacher training in England

Posted: (6 days ago) school-centred or higher education led, and whether the trainee pays tuition fees or receives a salary. All ITT courses include time spent teaching in at least two schools and lead to an award of qualified teacher status (QTS). All teacher trainees, regardless of route, are required to meet a number of minimum

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Physical education, physical activity and sport in schools

Posted: (1 week ago) School Sport and Activity Action Plan 12 2.2 Soft drinks industry levy funding 13 Healthy pupils capital fund (HPCF) 13 2.3 Funding for school sport partnerships 15 2.4 Conservative Party manifesto 2019 15 3. School Playing Fields 16 3.1 Disposal of playing fields 16 4. The School Games 18 4.1 School Games Review 19

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Safeguarding in English schools

Posted: (4 days ago) safeguarding partners will name school s as relevant agencies and “make arrangements to allow all schools (including multi academy trusts), colleges and other educational providers, in the local area to be fully engaged, involved and included in the new safeguarding arrangements.” Once designated as a relevant agency, schools will be

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School funding in England: FAQs - House of Commons Library

Posted: (4 days ago) Dec 18, 2019  · Summer 2019 school funding announcements: what was promised? In summer 2019, the 2017 Government announced it would be providing additional funding for 5-16 year olds in schools in 2020-21, 2021-22 and 2022-23. In cash terms, the annual increases were: In 2020-21, £2.6 billion (on top of 2019-20 funding).

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School meals and nutritional standards (England) - House of …

Posted: (1 week ago) Jun 23, 2021  · Nutritional standards are in place for school meals in England, aimed at ensuring that the food provided to pupils in school is nutritious and of high quality, and at promoting good health and eating behaviour amongst pupils. The standards apply to: all local authority maintained schools. pupil referral units. academies that opened prior to 2010.

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Education (Guidance about Costs of School Uniforms) Bill

Posted: (3 days ago) school uniform policies. (2) In this section “costs aspects of school uniform policies” means any aspects of school uniform policies that the Secretary of State considers relevant to the costs of school uniforms. (3) The appropriate authority of a relevant school must have regard to guidance issued under this section when developing and

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Support for pupils' education during school closures - House of …

Posted: (1 week ago) Jan 11, 2021  · A Westminster Hall debate on the ‘Support for pupils' education during school closures’ has been scheduled for Wednesday 13 January 2021 from 9.30-11.00am. The debate has been initiated by Matt Western MP. This debate pack sets out current policy on support for pupils, statistical information, recent parliamentary proceedings and related news.

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By Robert Long The School Day and Year

Posted: (6 days ago) maintained school's session times is necessary or expedient to promote the use of sustainable modes of travel or to improve the efficiency or effectiveness of its travel arrangements, it can determine the time the school's first session begins and its second session ends …

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Sexual harassment and sexual violence in schools

Posted: (5 days ago) at school. But this is no reason to accept sexual harassment or abuse as part of school life. It is essential that schools support young people and ensure that they provide safe environments for all students to learn in. Whilst schools have a critical role to play in reducing levels of sexual harassment and

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FAQs: Academies and free schools

Posted: (3 days ago) A school’s name is not always an indication of the school’s legal category. An individual school’s status can be checked on the . DfE’s school performance tables website or on the DfE’s . Get information about schools website. 2.2 What are the key differences between

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School Breakfast - Tuesday 13 October 2020 - Hansard

Posted: (5 days ago) Oct 13, 2020  · The School Breakfast Bill is a simple, costed Bill which will ensure that, when the Government’s current breakfast club programme expires in 2021, there will be enshrined in legislation a commitment to a more comprehensive, evidence-based programme of school breakfast clubs.

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Support for Disadvantaged Children in Education in England

Posted: (1 week ago) Free school meals in academies and free schools 13 5.2 Free school meals for all Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 pupils 14 5.3 Further information on free school meals and funding 14 5.4 Impact of free school meals on pupil attainment 14

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Education (Guidance about Costs of School Uniforms)

Posted: (5 days ago) 2 At present, school uniform policy, including its cost, is a matter for a school’s governing body or academy trust to address. The Department for Education has published non-statutory guidance on

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Swaminarayan School Closure - Hansard

Posted: (6 days ago) Jul 18, 2018  · The school has a designation as a school of religious character and a declared religious ethos of Hinduism, although not all the pupils who attend are of that religion. It is right to acknowledge that the closure of a school with a specifically Hindu ethos is a matter of regret, simply because at present there are relatively few other schools ...

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Secondary School Opening Hours - Monday 11 February 2019 - …

Posted: (6 days ago) Feb 11, 2019  · The Education (School Day and School Year) (England) Regulations 1999 require all maintained schools to be open to educate their pupils for at least 380 sessions—190 days—in each school year, with every school day consisting of two sessions separated by a …

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Education - Parliament

Posted: (1 week ago) Oct 14, 2021  · 30 June 2021. Post-Brexit higher education in Wales to be explored by MPs. Committee to hold a one-off evidence session with representatives from Welsh universities on how UK Government policies have affected higher education in Wales. 30 June 2021. Lords debates private members’ bills.

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Academy schools’ finances

Posted: (6 days ago) The Academy School Sector Consoldi ated Accounts 2015–16 includes some high-level performance information on the academy sector. While this provides an overview of the sector, the accounts do not currently contain comparative analysis of the performance of trusts of …

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School Holidays (Meals and Activities) Bill - Hansard

Posted: (2 days ago) Jan 19, 2018  · Gentleman and other stakeholders to help the most disadvantaged pupils to have access to activities and healthy meals during school holidays. That has the dual benefit of ensuring that children have access to healthy food and enabling them to gain …

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Mental Health Education in Schools - Monday 6 November 2017 - …

Posted: (1 week ago) Nov 06, 2017  · School budget cuts, which are resulting in vital services being axed, must stop, and the Government must seriously look again at those issues that are causing young people’s mental health to be so adversely affected. I also feel strongly that in promoting greater mental health awareness and encouraging children and young people to speak out ...

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Strengthening Home Education - Education Committee - House of …

Posted: (1 day ago) Jul 26, 2021  · Source: Eurydice Why do parents choose to home educate? 15. Parents choose to home educate for a variety of reasons, including ideological or philosophical views which favour home education, dissatisfaction with the school system, and perceived lack of provision for special educational needs in school. 23 We heard from parents that EHE was a “really positive choice for the vast …

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