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Further education will be central to our mission of levelling up the nation says Education Secretary

#FEreform - @GavinWilliamson tears up the target to send 50% of people to university, and pledges to build an employer-led, ‘German-style’ further education system – proposals to be set out in the FE White Paper this autumn  Fundamental reform and rebalancing toward further and technical education is vital if our country is to recover after coronavirus and grow economically, Education Secretary Gavin Williamson said today (9 July).

Introduction of T Levels: Find out what they will mean for you

#TLevels are due to be introduced from the academic year 2020 to 2021. Find out what they are and what they mean for you.

Attendance in education and early years settings during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak: 23 March to 25 June 2020

A summary of attendance in education settings since Monday 23 March and early years settings since Thursday 16 April.

DfE Breakfast clubs extended over the summmer holiday

@educationgovuk @family_action @magic_breakfast - Children from 1,800 schools that have Breakfast Clubs to be entitled to free breakfast over the holidays Breakfast Clubs extended to support families over the summer holiday Builds on significant Government support package for families during the holidays Children from more than 1,800 schools in England who are currently part of our Breakfast Clubs programme will now be offered healthy breakfasts over the summer.

New package of support for T Level industry placements

@gilliankeegan and @educationgovuk launch new package of support for T Level industry placements Extra support, flexibilities and guidance to help employers and providers deliver high-quality industry placements  A new guide for students to ensure they get the best experience possible and get the skills they need to succeed High quality industry placements will be at the heart of the government’s pioneering new T Levels which launch this September A new package of support to help employers and FE providers deliver high-quality industry placements which are at the heart of pioneering new T Level qualifications have been announced today (Friday 3 July) by Gillian Keegan, Minister for Skills and Apprenticeships. 

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