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Lord Chancellor speaks at UCL conference on the constitution

The Rt Hon Robert Buckland QC MP gave a speech about judicial review and the rule of law Let me start by thanking UCL for organising this conference and Professor Russell for that introduction. It is a huge pleasure to join you at what I hope will be one of…
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Pupils to benefit from better quality PE and sport next year

£320 million PE and Sport Premium will help schools prioritise physical activity with education, as schools build back better from the pandemic Primary school children in England will benefit from higher quality PE lessons and better sport opportunities, the Education Secretary has announced today. Backed by a £320…
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£16 million to support young people with a social worker

Funding boost to help level up opportunities for children and young people in social care Children with a social worker in England will benefit from further dedicated support in school and at college to help level up their outcomes in education and reach their full potential. The Government has today…
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Education Secretary set improving pupil outcomes as top priority

Gavin Williamson spoke at the Festival of Education outlining the importance of good behaviour management in schools and strong multi-academy trusts Improving outcomes for young people – wherever they live – has been hailed by Education Secretary Gavin Williamson as central to the Government’s plans for building back better…
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Non-exam assessment proposals receive strong support

Changes agreed for non-exam assessment and fieldwork in 2021 will be carried forward for another year Changes made to some GCSE, AS and A level qualifications this year will continue in 2022. We have decided to carry forward some of the changes to non-exam assessment and fieldwork agreed for 2021…