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British Week in Paraguay celebrates education, music and more

What do corgis, a harp artist, a small fish in an ocean full of plastic and freedom of the press have in common? They were part of the British Week in Paraguay.

Teacher misconduct panel outcome: Mrs Jane Schalch

Outcome of a September 2019 hearing. Panel decision and reasons on behalf of the Secretary of State for Education.

Teacher misconduct panel outcome: Mr Neil John Jinks

Outcome of an October 2019 hearing. Panel decision and reasons on behalf of the Secretary of State for Education.

Teacher misconduct panel outcome: Ms Amber Shahid

Outcome of October 2019 hearing. Panel decision and reasons on behalf of the Secretary of State for Education.

Opportunity North East – £24 million programme to improve education and employment outcomes for young people

Lord Agnew Schools North East speech Schools Minister, Lord Agnew, spoke at the Schools North East summit about the Opportunity North East programme on Thursday 10 October: 

Key stage 2 tests: how to become a marker

Guidance about how to become a marker for the key stage 2 (KS2) English, mathematics and science national curriculum tests (commonly referred to as SATs).

The proportion of the schools budget spent on supply teachers

Supply Teachers: Expenditure "To ask the Secretary of State for Education, what estimate she has made of the proportion of the schools budget spent on supply teachers in (a) Redcar and Cleveland local authority area (b) the North East and (c) England in the last 12 months for which figures are available." Asked by Anna Turley (Redcar) 20 November 2017 (Written question 114566).

Key stage 2 teacher assessment guidance

Guidance for schools and local authorities involved in the administration and moderation of statutory key stage 2 (KS2) teacher assessment (TA) in 2020.

Key stage 1 teacher assessment guidance

Guidance for schools and local authorities involved in the administration and moderation of statutory key stage 1 (KS1) teacher assessment (TA) in 2020.

ESFA letters to academy trusts about high pay - October 2019

Letters sent in October 2019 from Eileen Milner, chief executive of the Education and Skills Funding Agency, to academy chairs of trustees about high pay.

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