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Official Twitter account for the Department for Education, covering education, children’s services, HE & FE, apprenticeships, skills in England.
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DfE 4h
, looking for ideas for your child's next ? Check out the 📚 You can search by age and genre 📚 👉
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DfE 21h
, check out some fun activities and games from to help your learn about nature 🌳🐦🐛 👉
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DfE 23h
Today made his 101st visit since becoming Secretary of State for Education. Thank you to everyone & to the countless staff and students who have welcomed him to their schools, colleges, universities & nurseries over the last year.
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DfE May 24
Last week, the flag relay was in Manchester joined by Civil Service Live is the biggest annual learning and development opportunity in the Over 600 DfE colleagues have already registered to attend an event.
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DfE May 24
Our latest blog post details the response by the Education Secretary to the threat of protests at Anderton Park school – outlining that it is unacceptable for such protests to impact the education time of pupils.
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DfE May 23
Today we’ve announced a £10 million pilot to recruit maths and physics teachers in key Opportunity Areas – you can read more about this on our blog, as well as our response to the LGA report on school standards.
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Home Office May 23
We’re establishing a new statutory duty of care to make companies take more responsibility for the safety of users online. Compliance will be overseen and enforced by an independent regulator. Find out more:
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Nick Gibb May 23
Please see my announcement today on cash incentives for maths and physics teachers
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Dept for Transport May 23
is supporting 9,000 jobs around the country.    We chatted with Lois, a rail apprentice who is working hard to deliver   👩🏼‍🔧🚆  
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Apprenticeships May 23
GOOD NEWS! Everyone registered on will now have until noon on 28th May to complete their National application. If you haven’t registered you have until 5pm tomorrow to do so and still receive the deadline extension 😊
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DfE May 23
Today is ! 🏞️♻️ Is your school taking part? It's an opportunity to explore your local greenspace’s potential for learning. 🍁🍀 👉
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DfE May 22
Early career and teachers in the North East, Yorkshire and to receive an extra £2,000 to support them during the early years of their classroom careers 🧮➕➖➗
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UK Prime Minister May 21
“Our new Brexit deal makes a ten-point offer to everyone in Parliament who wants to deliver the result of the referendum.” – PM
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DfE May 22
Our blog today looks addresses wide-ranging topics including school funding, apprenticeships, university offers, employment, character-building and supporting vulnerable families.
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BBC Bitesize May 22
It's going to be different... in a good way. 📚 Let's clear up some rumours about teachers to help your child settle in to secondary school.
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DfE May 22
Everyone should have the opportunity and the support to thrive at university 👨‍🎓👩‍🎓 We want universities to use these 7⃣ principles to improve the support and experience for care leavers 🎓
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DfE May 22
More than 1️⃣,0️⃣0️⃣0️⃣ schools signed up to our service last week. We now have over 1️⃣1️⃣,0️⃣0️⃣0️⃣ schools registered and 1️⃣,0️⃣0️⃣0️⃣➕ vacancies. Find your next teaching job 👉
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DfE May 22
, sign up now to the new phase of 's All Together programme 🏫 👉
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Damian Hinds May 21
It is encouraging to see actions taken to preserve the quality in our universities, from PayPal withdrawing its services from essay-writing firms to universities reviewing their admissions practices
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DfE May 22
We’re investing £15 million to fund innovative approaches to keeping families safely together in 40 areas, so more vulnerable children in our country have the best chance to succeed. 👉 
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