Articles from Department for Education

West Kent and Ashford College requests to go into education administration

In January 2019 we introduced a new insolvency regime for FE and sixth-form colleges so that there is an orderly process in place for managing a college if it hits financial difficulties and becomes insolvent.

We must focus much more attention on providing great #apprenticeships for all those who do not go to university says @BorisJohnson #ALevelResults2019

#STEM subjects up 26.2% Government welcomes more pupils studying science  Education Secretary Gavin Williamson has said the increase in pupils taking science subjects at A level will equip this generation with the skills the country needs. 

Education Secretary meets competitors preparing for #WorldSkills

Today, #TeamUK met with Secretary of State for Education @GavinWilliamson. They showcased the fantastic #skills that won them a place representing their country at @WorldSkillsKZN. They'll be competing for gold next week - good luck Team UK! Meet the team: https://t.co/z6RcJVDhY2 pic.twitter.com/4viT1DWePE

Celebrating #VocationalResultsDay and looking to the future of technical education

 

Deaf pupils are struggling at every stage of their education with fewer than half leaving school with two A levels

Support for deaf pupils Today, a report from the National Deaf Children’s Society that suggests deaf pupils are struggling at every stage of their education with fewer than half leaving school with two A levels.