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DfE 16h
If you want a place in January, you need to apply before the Christmas holidays or it could be too late. 👉
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DfE 17h
It’s great news that 240,000 three-and-four-year-olds are benefitting from a childcare place this term – an estimated 18% increase on the same term last year. 👉
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DfE 17h
Our blog today has more information about the reclassification of student loans in government accounting, as well as the work we are doing to close the disadvantage gap in early years
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DfE 22h
, sign up for a completely free for your students from before 19th December: 📚📚
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DfE 23h
Another of our ! Check out our providing support to help schools eliminate practices that have little benefit in the classroom. Browse the resources and guidance: 🎄📒
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DfE Dec 18
. recalls the positive foundations laid by her favourite Mr Scicluna.
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DfE Dec 17
An extra £350m to help those with complex needs succeed: 👉 £250m over the next two years for councils 🏫 £100m to create more specialist places in mainstream schools, colleges and special schools 🧠 training more educational psychologists
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DWP Press Office Dec 17
In January we’ll be opening up applications for a new £2.7 million to reduce the risk of parental conflict. Find out more about how to apply here
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E-ACT Dec 17
"We’re pleased that trust-wide, 63% of disadvantaged pupils achieved the expected standard in reading, writing and maths – that’s 12% more than the national average." This year's KS2 results were our best ever.
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DfE Dec 17
Another of our . No3: Keep up to date with all the latest developments from the department, make sure to sign up to our . 📰💻🌲
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DfE Dec 17
The search is on for the next ! Registration is now open for the girls cyber security competition 🖥️ Girls across the country will pit their code-breaking skills against one another in a series of online challenges:
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DfE Dec 17
Every school or college should be one for a young person with special educational needs. So we’re investing a further £350m to better equip schools, colleges and teachers so that families can get the support they need. 👉
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DfE Dec 16
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DfE Dec 16
: you can search 🔎 for and near you and check how they compare:
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DfE Dec 16
, the deadline to apply for a place for your child in 2019 is 15th January:
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DfE Dec 16
Today Education Secretary has announced £350 million additional funding to ensure that children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities get a high quality education:
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DfE Dec 16
Children with special educational needs and disabilities will benefit from an extra £350 million funding – providing specialist support and tailored facilities to help those with complex needs succeed:
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DfE Dec 15
Up until Christmas, we'll be sharing our . No1: Ignite children's enthusiasm for classical music this Christmas through the Classical 100 programme. A free resource for primary schools: 🎹🎼🎵📻
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DfE Dec 15
, get your class inspired about nature and writing by entering the poetry competition from ✍️ 📓
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DfE Dec 15
, your children can see what books other children have recommended with 's book sorter and they can recommend books for other children too 📚 📚 Find out more:
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