Articles from Department for Education

Tuition fees will be frozen and living cost loans will be increased

This morning the Universities Minister has confirmed that tuition fees will be frozen and living cost loans will be increased for students starting higher education courses in 2020/21.

Society-wide mission to tackle early literacy and communication

New national campaign launched with ideas to support children's learning at home, or as part of everyday activities like catching the bus or doing the shopping

Guidance: 16 to 18 accountability headline measures

Guide for schools, colleges and local authorities on new measures in the 2017 to 2018 performance tables.

Further measures announced to boost the quality of post-16 qualifications

Two additional interventions will help crack down on poor quality post-16 qualifications as part of an ongoing Government review.

Increase in Teachers’ Pay Grant £280 million short of fully funded pay award

Education Secretary accepts recommendations to increase teacher pay scales by 2.75%, equivalent to £1,000 on average classroom teacher pay