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Information since 16 Mar 2021, 3:56 p.m.


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Department for Education
30 Mar 2021, 1 p.m.

Parents. Make sure your details are up to date. You need to do this every three months even if you’re not using your childcare place. Go to your childcare account: https://t.co/hiQZjRrUHo https://t.co/5XT4ZdtONw

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Department for Education
30 Mar 2021, 3:05 p.m.

Every local authority across England will be running our expanded Holiday Activities and Food programme this Easter. The programme provides fun activities, learning opportunities and healthy food to disadvantaged children #HAF2021 https://t.co/I2CCsfPKOG

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Department for Education
30 Mar 2021, 3:30 p.m.

We're providing £200m for secondary schools to run their own summer schools, to help pupils boost their learning, while having fun at the same time More details: https://t.co/FloS6XkoLq https://t.co/S3nTvCLy58

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Department for Education
30 Mar 2021, 4:05 p.m.

The @HUBBFoundation_ is working with @SoTCityCouncil to provide fun, learning and healthy food for disadvantaged children during the school holidays, with help from our Holiday Activities and Food programme. #HAF2021 https://t.co/ye3WN4Dokw

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Department for Education
23 Apr 2021, 1:30 p.m.

As children return to classrooms after the Easter break, we outline why reporting test results - even if negative or void - is a crucial part of our fight against COVID-19. https://t.co/7kWIE9TVRA

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Department for Education
23 Apr 2021, 5:40 p.m.

Giving children ways to talk about how they're feeling is so important, especially after the year they've had. Year 6 teacher Richard Downs from @westactonpri shares the different ways he approaches wellbeing in his class #MentallyHealthySchools #EveryMindMatters https://t.co/R68eFVjtho

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Department for Education
24 Apr 2021, 2 p.m.

A survey for @SMFthinktank & @FETforL found that more people would prefer their child to take a #VocationalQualification than attend university. Here’s what we’re doing to help young people get vocational & technical qualifications. #PlanForJobs https://t.co/3aCqJGlhAA...

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Department for Education
24 Apr 2021, 4:30 p.m.

By making apprenticeships more flexible, we can help create more opportunities in industries like film and TV, where employment is often short-term. This week we launched a consultation to hear your views about flexible apprenticeships https://t.co/q3wWg2yc2i #PlanForJobs https://t.co/g2CMkZdaTJ

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Department for Education
24 Apr 2021, 5 p.m.

Now that more young people are back in the classroom, no-one should be held back from accessing education due to their period. Find out how your school or college can access the free Period Product Scheme. https://t.co/4PKnPEN1ei

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Department for Education
25 Apr 2021, 11:30 a.m.

You may be helping your child do a Covid-19 test today, before they go to school or college tomorrow. Here, @DrAmirKhanGP demonstrates how to carry out a lateral flow test, with the help of his niece. https://t.co/2Rz8QFZWQj

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Department for Education
25 Apr 2021, 5:35 p.m.

If you live a short distance from your school or college, walk or cycle if you can. Avoid sharing a car with anyone outside of your household or support bubble. If you are using public transport to get to school or college, plan ahead and allow more time for your journey. https://t.co/lgjYcUwIWT

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Department for Education
25 Apr 2021, 7 p.m.

As children return to classrooms after the Easter break, we outline why reporting test results - even if negative or void - is a crucial part of our fight against COVID-19. https://t.co/7kWIE9TVRA

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Department for Education
26 Apr 2021, 2:15 p.m.

Summer schools will provide learning, fun activities and sport to help children who have missed out the most during the pandemic. They are predominantly aimed at pupils due to start Year 7 in September. Details of how schools can sign up 👇 https://t.co/aAm0nz0ACd https://t.co/CSiW6lqJrU

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Department for Education
23 Apr 2021, 11 a.m.

Looking for extra support for pupils most affected by the pandemic? Find out why teachers are signing up for government-funded tutoring 👇 https://t.co/2WektzmJIG

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Department for Education
24 Mar 2021, 10:51 a.m.

Congratulations to @ACHintegrates and @BayesImpact! Backed by £5m Department for Education funding, the #CareerTechChallenge supported innovation in online training and careers guidance for adults, part of the government’s commitment to lifelong learning. https://t.co/hHCWTNDyYL

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Department for Education
24 Mar 2021, 12:34 p.m.

Have questions about Covid-19 testing at home for pupils and their families? The tests are easy to order, easy to use, and produce accurate results. Here are five things you need to know. https://t.co/XOEUtZiG61

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Department for Education
19 Mar 2021, 1:20 p.m.

@KnockhallEYFS @KnockhallPrima1 Hello! Please follow us so that we can send you a DM.

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Department for Education
19 Mar 2021, 2 p.m.

Rapid Covid-19 tests are now available to parents and support bubbles of schoolchildren and college students, as well as staff. Janet Lehain from @bedsfreeschool tells us about testing at home and how this helps to stop the spread of the virus. https://t.co/Re9L6tXqjF https://t.co/gKK9KO77cN

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Department for Education
19 Mar 2021, 3:19 p.m.

.@ClarePrimary have got that #FridayFeeling! 🕺 https://t.co/cyUUVKARhE

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Department for Education
19 Mar 2021, 5:01 p.m.

Deputy Principal Dr Graeme at @fairfieldtrust explains the measures the specialist college have put in place to help keep their students and staff safe. https://t.co/aWsdOYckRH

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Department for Education
19 Mar 2021, 5:27 p.m.

99.9% of schools are now open after last week's return to the classroom for many pupils. Attendance in primary and secondary schools is the highest since the start of the pandemic. Find out more on our blog. https://t.co/JyHJ8SSpWA

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Department for Education
19 Mar 2021, 5:42 p.m.

Fantastic superhero costumes!🦸👏 https://t.co/E1GsQpKRKo

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Department for Education
18 Mar 2021, 2:15 p.m.

.@bedfordcollege principal Ian Pryce says he is delighted that all his students are now back on campus. He explains they are testing up to 1,000 people for Covid-19 each day https://t.co/ykDYZXbylq

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Department for Education
18 Mar 2021, 2:48 p.m.

@LRHutchinson @BishopHeberHS That's great to hear, Lauren. Thank you for your help

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Department for Education
18 Mar 2021, 3:30 p.m.

Pre-reception early years workforce: have your say on your needs for professional development in light of Covid-19. Please complete a short DfE survey hosted by the National Day Nurseries Association. 👉https://t.co/XXKNqAODvs https://t.co/0IZiY3tLbe

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Department for Education
18 Mar 2021, 3:54 p.m.

Here's how to get your rapid lateral flow tests, like Lauren: https://t.co/wIhJi5IB5j https://t.co/XmasHG2r4j

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Department for Education
18 Mar 2021, 5:40 p.m.

For those who are clinically extremely vulnerable, the return to the classroom for many last week will have come with added anxieties. Hannah Paradis is a teaching assistant from Cambridgeshire who suffers from diabetes and has shared her experiences. https://t.co/mpkbJh3Ds3

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Department for Education
18 Mar 2021, 6 p.m.

Stand out from the crowd by developing your skills with a free course from #TheSkillsToolkit!🌠 From business, marketing and leadership, to coding, AI and computer science👩‍💻 learning new skills can boost your employability. Get started now: https://t.co/qXPdjuHh72 #PlanForJobs https://t.co/GMydegFN21

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Department for Education
26 Mar 2021, 10:10 a.m.

We have published a new music curriculum for children aged 5-14 in Key Stages 1, 2 and 3. Pupils will learn about the great composers of the world and develop their knowledge and skills in reading and writing music 🎵 https://t.co/XxdQWuKjQQ https://t.co/nXnAtjJlye

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Department for Education
26 Mar 2021, 11:41 a.m.

Childminders are now able to do twice-weekly asymptomatic testing from home. Here’s what you need to know: https://t.co/eYpn4QcGYY

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Department for Education
26 Mar 2021, 12:12 p.m.

We trust teachers to determine grades that reflect students' work and abilities. @JCQcic have published guidance for teachers to support them in their decision-making, helping ensure all young people receive grades that enable them to progress to their next step.

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Department for Education
26 Mar 2021, 12:19 p.m.

@Southtownschool @WaveneyValleyAT Hello! Could you follow us so that we can send you a message about this Tweet? Thank you!

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Department for Education
26 Mar 2021, 12:19 p.m.

@mead_rushey Hello! Could you follow us so that we can send you a message about this Tweet? Thank you!

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Department for Education
23 Mar 2021, 7:30 a.m.

Now that children and young people are back in the classroom, no-one should be held back from accessing education due to their period. Find out about the free Period Products Scheme and how your school or college can apply. https://t.co/4PKnPEN1ei

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Department for Education
23 Mar 2021, 9:45 a.m.

You still have time to apply for 30 hours free childcare. Apply before 31st March to get your place. https://t.co/hiQZjRrUHo https://t.co/fwdZSVkgcW

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Department for Education
24 Mar 2021, 6:55 p.m.

You may be helping your child do their first Covid-19 test at home tonight. @DrAmirKhanGP demonstrated how to carry out a lateral flow test, with the help of his niece. #BackToSchool https://t.co/YN2ty0feo2

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Department for Education
24 Mar 2021, 7:01 p.m.

Regular rapid Covid-19 testing is a fast and easy way to find out if you have coronavirus. Vicky and her daughter Emma are testing twice weekly at home. This helps to stop the spread of the virus, and keeps family and friends safer. Order your tests: https://t.co/Re9L6tXqjF https://t.co/K49WZ0orf9

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Department for Education
25 Mar 2021, 8:35 a.m.

If you or your family like a puzzle, have a go at this! 🤔 Good luck! #TuringChallenge https://t.co/xeNxnbhSLI

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Department for Education
25 Mar 2021, 5 p.m.

Year 6 teacher Mr Downs from @westactonpri tells us about how resilient his pupils are. He says that though there may be some gaps in their learning, his pupils have picked up new skills and become more independent since lockdown. https://t.co/mZqSRvQUK4

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Department for Education
25 Mar 2021, 5:45 p.m.

The annual #GlenamaraAwards2021, recognising pupils, teachers & education professionals in the North East, are open for nominations until 31 March. Don’t forget to nominate those who have gone above and beyond during #COVID19. More info: https://t.co/cNsTkzshN0

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Department for Education
25 Mar 2021, 7 p.m.

You may be helping your child do their first Covid-19 test at home tonight. @DrAmirKhanGP demonstrated how to carry out a lateral flow test, with the help of his niece. #BackToSchool https://t.co/oAz3cX5OiY

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Department for Education
25 Mar 2021, 7:55 p.m.

Regular rapid Covid-19 testing is a fast and easy way to find out if you have coronavirus. Vicky and her daughter Emma are testing twice weekly at home. This helps to stop the spread of the virus, and keeps family and friends safer. Order your tests: https://t.co/Re9L6tXqjF https://t.co/nn6kqu3vCP

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Department for Education
19 Mar 2021, 8:30 a.m.

Rapid lateral flow tests are being used in all education settings to: ✅ Find people with COVID-19 that do not show symptoms ✅ Prevent people from unknowingly spreading the virus ✅ Break chains of transmission #BackToSchool https://t.co/euJzXP9lgZ

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Department for Education
19 Mar 2021, 10:15 a.m.

We love this video from @ce_wake in Blandford Forum, Dorset, of pupils singing Count on Me! 🎶 Headteacher Mr Lasbury-Carter says the pupils made the video to celebrate being back in school, and that it expresses the school's strong sense of community spirit 🤗 #FridayFeeling https://t.co/ESET6Rc2Kx

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Department for Education
19 Mar 2021, 10:54 a.m.

Now that more young people are back in the classroom, no-one should be held back from accessing education due to their period. Find out how your school or college can access the free Period Products Scheme. https://t.co/4PKnPEN1ei

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Department for Education
7 Apr 2021, 11:24 a.m.

Behaviour Hubs will help schools improve their approach to managing behaviour. Staff & students at @bedsfreeschool, one of the lead schools in the programme, tell us how good behaviour helps pupils to focus on learning and feel happy about being in school https://t.co/vXwy6k5D0o https://t.co/T0S6xYPzkj

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Department for Education
8 Apr 2021, 8:21 a.m.

Today we are announcing the 16 colleges that are set to be the next to benefit from our £1.5 billion FE Capital Transformation Fund. This will help colleges upgrade their facilities, so more people can gain the skills they need to secure great jobs. https://t.co/pdTjaWjnoe

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Department for Education
8 Apr 2021, 11 a.m.

It is vital that students can concentrate fully on their education free from distraction and disturbance. That’s why we have invested £10m into supporting school leaders improve behaviour in their schools, through the Behaviour Hub programme. https://t.co/hRX2hEM8lO

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Department for Education
6 Apr 2021, 3:30 p.m.

Face coverings should continue to be worn by adults and pupils inside secondary schools and colleges after Easter We expect to no longer recommend face coverings in classrooms or for pupils in communal areas as part of Step 3 of the roadmap out of lockdown, depending on the data https://t.co/vg0GBqpwrw

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Department for Education
6 Apr 2021, 3:31 p.m.

In early years settings and primary schools, we recommend that face coverings should be worn by adults where social distancing between adults is not possible, such as corridors and communal areas. Children in these settings should not wear a face covering. https://t.co/CdjIwkwsFk

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Department for Education
6 Apr 2021, 3:32 p.m.

Guidance on face coverings in education: https://t.co/mRuf8kzQDN

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Department for Education
8 Apr 2021, 3:14 p.m.

.@NorthLindsey College is one of 16 colleges that are set to be the next to benefit from our £1.5 billion FE Capital Transformation Fund. https://t.co/to1z7oCRvz

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Department for Education
8 Apr 2021, 6 p.m.

How will GCSEs, AS and A Levels work in 2021? We spoke to Cath Jadhav, Director of Standards and Comparability at Ofqual, to answer your questions. https://t.co/yaIs4VFYt0

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Department for Education
9 Apr 2021, 10:52 a.m.

We’re providing £280 million of extra funding for pupils with special educational needs, or those requiring alternative provision. Funding can be used to provide new school places, improve facilities or make spaces more accessible. https://t.co/nNlZHtFSDG https://t.co/OTgBLsY9tA

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Department for Education
9 Apr 2021, 11:23 a.m.

Some absolute classics in here 🎹🎵 https://t.co/jEjTbwpcN1

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Department for Education
7 Apr 2021, 1:01 p.m.

@CharnwoodPE @LR_Sport @GOVUK @LeicsCountyHall Hi there! Could you please follow us so that we can send you a message about these photos? Thank you!

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Department for Education
7 Apr 2021, 1:57 p.m.

@earlhamps Hello there! Please could you follow us so that we can send you a message about this Tweet? Thank you!

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Department for Education
7 Apr 2021, 6 p.m.

It is vital that students can concentrate fully on their education free from distraction and disturbance. That’s why we have invested £10m into supporting school leaders improve behaviour in their schools, through the Behaviour Hub programme. https://t.co/hRX2hEM8lO

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Department for Education
6 Apr 2021, 5 p.m.

Unlock new job opportunities by taking a free qualification. There are now hundreds of courses available to eligible adults as part of our Lifetime Skills Guarantee. Find out more: https://t.co/2HnPM4eHpQ #PlanForJobs https://t.co/Q1favvEspf

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Department for Education
6 Apr 2021, 5:28 p.m.

Why do secondary school and college students have to carry on wearing face coverings? Your questions on masks answered: https://t.co/rj5lOQldsS

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Department for Education
24 Mar 2021, 1:35 p.m.

Students from @NCLCollege say testing helps give them peace of mind, and is so important for keeping themselves, their friends and families safe. https://t.co/pyUHVCP9zL

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Department for Education
24 Mar 2021, 4:02 p.m.

@GOVUK @Lisa_P117 Hi Lisa, it's best to speak to the @SLC_Repayment team about this.

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Department for Education
13 Apr 2021, 6:13 p.m.

All remaining university and higher education students will be able to return to campus and resume in-person learning from Monday 17 May at the earliest, alongside Step 3 of the roadmap for leaving lockdown. https://t.co/OLvErENZ1H

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Department for Education
25 Mar 2021, 1:45 p.m.

Today we've published guidance for schools to help them prepare for changes to statutory induction ahead of this September. Read Anna’s blog to find out how the Early Career Framework reforms are already supporting early career teachers 👇 https://t.co/rRGuz1Lyha https://t.co/f7dpQX6VxW

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Department for Education
25 Mar 2021, 1:50 p.m.

@clairemarysen Hi Claire, peripatetic music teachers, like other staff, can move between schools so long as they follow our guidance: https://t.co/NUoLHGqKVV

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Department for Education
29 Mar 2021, 3:30 p.m.

.@Ofstednews is expected to return to a full programme of inspections from September 2021. For more information: 👇https://t.co/bFnH9PVpqW https://t.co/P8B75FQZAp

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Department for Education
29 Mar 2021, 5:03 p.m.

Applications to be part of the next #StepUpToSocialWork programme close on April 7th. Don’t miss your chance to switch to social work and make a huge difference for children and families. Apply now https://t.co/1BHAEzTFvt #PlanForJobs https://t.co/BMAlYWDOSt

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Department for Education
29 Mar 2021, 6:30 p.m.

You still have time to apply for 30 hours free childcare. Apply before 31st March to get your place. https://t.co/hiQZjRrUHo https://t.co/KHdSLXVqSr

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Department for Education
28 Mar 2021, 11 a.m.

We have published a new music curriculum for children aged 5-14 in Key Stages 1, 2 and 3. Pupils will learn about the great composers of the world and develop their knowledge and skills in reading and writing music 🎵 https://t.co/XxdQWuKjQQ https://t.co/7GiRKFVa40

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Department for Education
28 Mar 2021, 2:05 p.m.

Regular rapid Covid-19 testing is a fast and easy way to find out if you have coronavirus. Vicky and her daughter Emma are testing twice weekly at home. This helps to stop the spread of the virus, and keeps family and friends safer. Order your tests: https://t.co/Re9L6tXqjF https://t.co/teHVGF9Iky

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Department for Education
26 Mar 2021, 2 p.m.

.@GavinWilliamson has written an open letter to young people thanking them for the way they have responded to the huge challenges they have faced throughout the pandemic. Read it here: https://t.co/xYGhk93Dnr... https://t.co/UBWBxGecV3

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Department for Education
26 Mar 2021, 3:02 p.m.

Where pupils in Year 7 and above are educated, face coverings should be worn by staff and pupils alike. Face coverings do not need to be worn by children in primary school. Here are five things you need to know about face coverings in schools: https://t.co/Tkl9AqPtFp

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Department for Education
26 Mar 2021, 5 p.m.

Lifelong learning can open up exciting new job opportunities. With over 70 free online courses, #TheSkillsToolkit is a great place to start. All courses are flexible, so you can dip in and out at a pace that suits you. ➡️https://t.co/qXPdjuHh72 #PlanForJobs https://t.co/3ZjsfhqXbS

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Department for Education
26 Mar 2021, 5:20 p.m.

We know how beneficial educational visits and outdoor activity centre trips can be to children's development and wellbeing. 🚌 UK non-residential visits can restart no earlier than 12 April 🛏️ Residential visits from no earlier than 17 May 👉https://t.co/sO1QNjRNhk https://t.co/RqubfmOT4C

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Department for Education
27 Mar 2021, 11 a.m.

Year 6 teacher Mr Downs from @westactonpri shares how resilient his pupils are. He says that though there may be some gaps in their learning, his pupils have picked up new skills and become more independent since lockdown. https://t.co/yZYhRDNay3

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Department for Education
27 Mar 2021, 11:11 a.m.

As an additional safety measure, secondary and college students should still wear face coverings in classrooms where social distancing cannot be maintained. We remain committed to reviewing this guidance at Easter. https://t.co/Tkl9AqPtFp

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Department for Education
27 Mar 2021, 1 p.m.

You may be helping your child do a Covid-19 test at home this weekend. @DrAmirKhanGP demonstrated how to carry out a lateral flow test, with the help of his niece. #BackToSchool https://t.co/MEGIRz5zU3

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Department for Education
28 Mar 2021, 5 p.m.

This week, we published guidance for schools to help them prepare for changes to statutory induction ahead of September 2021. Read Anna’s blog to find out how the Early Career Framework reforms are already supporting early career teachers👇 https://t.co/rRGuz1Lyha https://t.co/s4pBd0rFQj

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Department for Education
28 Mar 2021, 6 p.m.

You may be helping your child do a Covid-19 test at home this weekend. @DrAmirKhanGP demonstrated how to carry out a lateral flow test, with the help of his niece. #BackToSchool https://t.co/6WtaVzIWd8

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Department for Education
26 Mar 2021, 6 p.m.

Jackie Salter from @B_Ullathorne explains the ways vulnerable pupils can talk about their health and wellbeing since returning to the classroom, and highlights the support that’s available should they need help. https://t.co/bQybP7Eefo

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Department for Education
26 Mar 2021, 7 p.m.

Regular rapid Covid-19 testing is a fast and easy way to find out if you have coronavirus. Vicky and her daughter Emma are testing twice weekly at home. This helps to stop the spread of the virus, and keeps family and friends safer. Order your tests: https://t.co/Re9L6tXqjF https://t.co/Y22g0X8vUo

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Department for Education
26 Mar 2021, 7:07 p.m.

Education Secretary @GavinWilliamson sets out the government’s trust in teachers for this summer’s GCSE and A level grades https://t.co/mqhCozcVUr

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Department for Education
18 Mar 2021, 10 a.m.

We all have a role to play in stopping child sexual abuse. For advice and support: https://t.co/XzNDLQ08lh #StopAbuseTogether #CEADay21 https://t.co/hkY9g1EITl

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Department for Education
18 Mar 2021, 10:20 a.m.

.@DrAmirKhanGP demonstrates how to carry out a COVID-19 lateral flow test, with the help of his niece. #BackToSchool https://t.co/QKSIhTbfvy

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Department for Education
18 Mar 2021, 11:30 a.m.

Rapid lateral flow tests are being used in all education settings to: ✅ Find people with COVID-19 that do not show symptoms ✅ Prevent people from unknowingly spreading the virus ✅ Break chains of transmission #BackToSchool https://t.co/HjWXct1fBi

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Department for Education
18 Mar 2021, 1:01 p.m.

Rapid Covid-19 tests are now available to parents and support bubbles of schoolchildren and college students, as well as staff. Janet Lehain from @bedsfreeschool tells us about testing at home and how this helps to stop the spread of the virus. https://t.co/Re9L6tXqjF https://t.co/bGPWQ9mmtk

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Department for Education
22 Apr 2021, 1 p.m.

With more children back in classrooms, @Copthall_School Deputy Head Andrew Beavis describes how lockdown has developed his school's blended learning approach and how their remote education model continues to support students now they're in school. https://t.co/qWNWaX6JaD

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Department for Education
22 Apr 2021, 1:01 p.m.

Stephen Lawrence had a passion for architecture, and was inspired through work experience to make it his career @sldayfdn is helping young people find out more about apprenticeships Stephen's brother Stuart explains why they can be a route to a dream job #StephenLawrenceDay https://t.co/YUZXruBvGq

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Department for Education
22 Apr 2021, 1:14 p.m.

Apprenticeships give you the opportunity to earn while you learn. High quality training and hands-on experience develops transferable skills in a range of exciting jobs. Visit https://t.co/ecrxuRLkRZ, and watch how Alim found his dream job at @Channel4. #PlanForJobs https://t.co/08KDEz9Z45

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Department for Education
22 Apr 2021, 3:19 p.m.

We want to hear your views on how the university admissions system could work better. Have your say by responding to our consultation here (it closes on the 13 May) : https://t.co/KEanYlFQDc

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Department for Education
22 Apr 2021, 5 p.m.

Stephen Lawrence had a passion for architecture, and was inspired through work experience to make it his career @sldayfdn is helping young people find out more about apprenticeships Stephen's brother Stuart explains why they can be a route to a dream job #StephenLawrenceDay https://t.co/C8exaB38ul

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Department for Education
21 Apr 2021, 5:01 p.m.

“It will be interesting to find ways in which the schools can take a reciprocal approach to sharing good practice.” @AshmoleAcademy headteacher, Tim Sullivan, writes about his school’s involvement in the #BehaviourHub programme. https://t.co/4YPNgElcOF

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Department for Education
22 Apr 2021, 9:25 a.m.

Stephen Lawrence had a passion for architecture, and was inspired through work experience to make it his career @sldayfdn is helping young people find out more about apprenticeships Stephen's brother Stuart explains why they can be a route to a dream job #StephenLawrenceDay https://t.co/8dt3lRzHfP

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Department for Education
22 Apr 2021, 5:30 p.m.

A survey for @SMFthinktank & @FETforL found that more people would prefer their child to take a #VocationalQualification than attend university. Here’s what we’re doing to help young people get vocational & technical qualifications. #PlanForJobs https://t.co/3aCqJGlhAA...

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Department for Education
22 Apr 2021, 5:36 p.m.

Today @GavinWilliamson dropped into a @NTProgramme session at @HatchEndHigh to see how children are boosting their learning after missing out on classes due to the pandemic. https://t.co/olASTW0nRQ

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Department for Education
22 Apr 2021, 7 p.m.

A free Diploma in Engineering Technology could help you get started. Hundreds of free qualifications are now available to eligible adults, as part of our #LifetimeSkillsGuarantee. Find a course for you at: https://t.co/N1eOYnQuhW #PlanForJobs https://t.co/oT83ms2i1A

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Department for Education
21 Apr 2021, 7 p.m.

Giving children ways to talk about how they're feeling is so important, especially after the year they've had. Year 6 teacher Richard Downs from @westactonpri shares the different ways he approaches wellbeing in his class #MentallyHealthySchools #EveryMindMatters https://t.co/1DESiBrVCm

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Department for Education
21 Apr 2021, 8 p.m.

This year trainee teachers have faced unique disruption to their training and experience in school, but they've risen to the challenge. Their resilience and passion have been amazing, as has the support they’ve received from their mentors and training providers – thank you. https://t.co/WohE90OOH0

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Department for Education
21 Apr 2021, 8:23 p.m.

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Department for Education
22 Apr 2021, 7:15 a.m.

Stephen Lawrence had a passion for architecture, and was inspired through work experience to make it his career @sldayfdn is helping young people find out more about apprenticeships Stephen's brother Stewart explains why they can be a route to a dream job #StephenLawrenceDay https://t.co/Ryl5dToB1o

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Calendar
Wednesday 14th April 2:15 p.m.
Public Services Committee - Oral evidence
Subject: The role of public services in addressing child vulnerability
At 3.00pm: Oral evidence
Robert Arnott - Director of Strategy, Social Mobility and Disadvantage at Department for Education
Kirby Swales - Deputy Director, Changing Futures and Supporting Families Team at Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government
Fran Oram - Director for Children’s Social Care, Practice and Workforce at Department for Education
Mark Davies - Director at Department of Health and Social Care
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Parliamentary Debates
Office for Health Promotion
24 speeches (1,575 words)
Thursday 29th April - Lords Chamber
Department of Health and Social Care
Mentions:
1: Can the Minister outline how the Office for Health Promotion will work with the Department for Education - Link to Speech

Biodiversity
31 speeches (11,658 words)
Wednesday 28th April - Grand Committee

Mentions:
1: Minister’s responsibility but I really hope that she will find a way to get this message through to the Department - Link to Speech
2: The Department for Education is exploring that and has held an initial discussion with OCR, but I should - Link to Speech

Education (Guidance about Costs of School Uniforms) Bill
6 speeches (280 words)
Wednesday 28th April - Lords Chamber

Mentions:
1: My thanks go to Ministers in the Department for Education, Nick Gibb and the noble Baroness, Lady Berridge - Link to Speech

Post Office Court of Appeal Judgment
46 speeches (6,844 words)
Wednesday 28th April - Lords Chamber
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
Mentions:
1: nothing about Horizon’s manufacturer, Fujitsu, a company that continues as a trusted partner of HMRC, the Department - Link to Speech

Oral Answers to Questions
141 speeches (9,598 words)
Tuesday 27th April - Commons Chamber
HM Treasury
Mentions:
1: Friend commit to working with colleagues in the Department for Education, the Department for Work and - Link to Speech

Support for Asylum Seekers
28 speeches (15,482 words)
Tuesday 27th April - Westminster Hall
Home Office
Mentions:
1: unaccompanied asylum-seeking children, which is not a matter for the Home Office but sits with the Department - Link to Speech
2: will be granted, but I would like to see more work across Government, perhaps with the MHCLG and the Department - Link to Speech

Commonwealth War Graves Commission: Historical Inequalities Report
40 speeches (8,259 words)
Thursday 22nd April - Commons Chamber
Ministry of Defence
Mentions:
1: I would be delighted to speak to my colleagues in the Department for Education to see what they can do - Link to Speech

British Wrestling
12 speeches (4,358 words)
Thursday 22nd April - Commons Chamber
Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport
Mentions:
1: The Department for Education has provided advice for local authorities and individuals working with children - Link to Speech

Diocesan Boards of Education Measure
9 speeches (1,249 words)
Thursday 22nd April - Lords Chamber

Mentions:
1: The Department for Education has been consulted and supports this change. - Link to Speech

Biodiversity Emergency
23 speeches (7,225 words)
Thursday 22nd April - Grand Committee
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
Mentions:
1: I know that the DfE is busy, but everybody in this climate and biodiversity emergency has to make their - Link to Speech

Stroke: Aftercare
10 speeches (8,668 words)
Wednesday 21st April - Westminster Hall
Department of Health and Social Care
Mentions:
1: Will the Minister consider meeting me and a Department for Education representative to see whether - Link to Speech

Domestic Abuse Bill
189 speeches (36,945 words)
Wednesday 21st April - Lords Chamber
Ministry of Justice
Mentions:
1: In 2015, the Department for Education published guidance on care planning, placement and case review; - Link to Speech
2: It is consistent with the approach in the Department for Education document Working Together to Safeguard - Link to Speech

Net-Zero Carbon Emissions
38 speeches (25,933 words)
Wednesday 21st April - Grand Committee
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
Mentions:
1: where the Department for Transport and BEIS pursue conflicting goals on decarbonising transport; the Department - Link to Speech

Gambling: Early Mortality
25 speeches (1,314 words)
Tuesday 20th April - Lords Chamber
Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport
Mentions:
1: children from gambling addiction, can she say when the Government last convened a meeting with the Department - Link to Speech

Covid-19: Economic Recovery
30 speeches (25,441 words)
Tuesday 20th April - Grand Committee

Mentions:
1: I am equally pleased to see that the Department for Education has introduced flexibilities to ensure - Link to Speech

Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities
67 speeches (9,845 words)
Tuesday 20th April - Commons Chamber
HM Treasury
Mentions:
1: It is very much an issue that we should explore further and I will encourage colleagues from the Department - Link to Speech

Single Use Carrier Bags Charges (England) (Amendment) Order 2021.
17 speeches (9,015 words)
Monday 19th April - Grand Committee
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
Mentions:
1: I will convey his message to the Department for Education, and if need be I will involve him in those - Link to Speech

Animal Welfare (Sentencing) Bill
27 speeches (13,292 words)
Friday 16th April - Lords Chamber
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
Mentions:
1: with the noble Baroness, Lady Mallalieu, that education is an important factor and something that the Department - Link to Speech
2: Will he meet with DfE colleagues to see what more can be done to have animal welfare in schools and animals - Link to Speech
3: My noble friend Lord Holmes of Richmond asked whether I would meet Department for Education colleagues - Link to Speech

Domestic Abuse Bill
154 speeches (31,444 words)
Thursday 15th April - Commons Chamber
Home Office
Mentions:
1: for Education in the document “Working together to safeguard children” is fully fit for purpose and - Link to Speech

English Language Sector
8 speeches (3,396 words)
Thursday 15th April - Commons Chamber
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
Mentions:
1: had co-responsibility for the international education strategy alongside the Minister of State in the Department - Link to Speech

Covronavirus, Disability and Access to Services
20 speeches (12,668 words)
Thursday 15th April - Westminster Hall
Department for Work and Pensions
Mentions:
1: It is vital that we deliver on our promises to children and young people and the DFE intends to publish - Link to Speech
2: lots of Government Departments are very much in the frame here, whether it be the DHSC, the DWP, the DFE - Link to Speech

Financial Services Bill
294 speeches (57,636 words)
Wednesday 14th April - Lords Chamber
Cabinet Office
Mentions:
1: The Minister previously said that the Department for Education is faced with designing a system - Link to Speech
2: Despite these challenges, the Department for Education has been working with specialist advisers to establish - Link to Speech

Inclusive Society
74 speeches (33,446 words)
Wednesday 14th April - Grand Committee
Home Office
Mentions:
1: I declare an interest as chair of a DfE stakeholders group, patron of the Runnymede Trust and holder - Link to Speech
2: To tackle this, the Department for Education recently announced a £700 million package for the expansion - Link to Speech

Cathedrals Measure Diocesan Boards of Education Measure
35 speeches (2,680 words)
Tuesday 13th April - General Committees

Mentions:
1: That simplifies the current system which requires the Secretary of State’s approval, and the Department - Link to Speech



Select Committee Documents
Saturday 22nd May 2021
Call for Evidence - Call for Evidence
Technological Innovations and Climate Change: Supply Chain for Battery Electric Vehicles - Environmental Audit Committee

Found: Revolution. [14] BEIS, 14 December 2020, Energy white paper: Powering our net zero future, CP 337. [15] DfE

Monday 29th March 2021
Oral Evidence - Inquiry Youth Unemployment Department for Work and Pensions, Department for Work and Pensions, Department for Education, and Department for Education
16 March 2021
Youth Unemployment - Youth Unemployment Committee

Found: Department for Work and Pensions, Department for Work and Pensions, Department

Monday 29th March 2021
Oral Evidence - Inquiry Youth Unemployment Department for Work and Pensions, Department for Work and Pensions, Department for Education, and Department for Education
16 March 2021
Youth Unemployment - Youth Unemployment Committee

Found: Department for Work and Pensions, Department for Work and Pensions, Department

Monday 29th March 2021
Oral Evidence - Inquiry ‘Levelling up’ and public services Gillian Keegan MP (Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Apprenticeships and Skills at Department for Education), and Jo Churchill MP (Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Minister for Prevention, Public Health and Primary Care) at Department of Health and Social Care)
17 March 2021
‘Levelling up’ and public services - Public Services Committee

Found: Gillian Keegan MP (Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Apprenticeships and Skills at Department



Written Answers
Artificial Intelligence: Equality
Asked by: Mark Hendrick (Labour (Co-op) - Preston)
Wednesday 28th April 2021

Question to the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport:

To ask the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, what steps his Department is taking to ensure that (a) gender and (b) racial discrimination is not incorporated into the development of artificial intelligence systems.

Answered by John Whittingdale - Minister of State (Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport)

We recognise the need to address gender disparities in AI. In 2019, DCMS via the joint DCMS/BEIS Office for AI worked with the Office for Students and DfE to deliver new conversion course Masters courses at Universities across the country, with scholarships for people from underrepresented backgrounds, including women, black, and disabled students. The programme launched last September and the cohort of 1265 students that started included, 40 per cent women, one quarter black students, and 15 per cent disabled students. For those receiving a scholarship, the figures were even more encouraging – with 76 per cent of scholarship students going to women, 45 per cent of the students identifying as black and 24 per cent as being disabled. The upcoming National AI Strategy, being led by the Office for AI, looks to double down on such commitments to further improve diversity.

In addition to improving diversity via the conversion course Masters programme, in 2019, DCMS partnered with the World Economic Forum to create guidelines for responsible public sector procurement of AI systems. In June 2020, the guidelines were published on GOV.UK and operationalised through Crown Commercial Service’s AI Marketplace, launched September 2020. The Guidelines, which build on the Government’s Data Ethics Framework, recommend that AI procurement in Government be conducted by diverse teams, and stipulate that specific steps be taken to ensure the Public Sector Equality Duty is upheld – including performing an equality impact assessment alongside data protection impact assessments. Crown Commercial Services have implemented a baseline ethical standard for suppliers to be added to the procurement system. These concrete interventions are intended to mitigate against gender or racial bias being incorporated into AI systems procured into the public sector, which at 40% of the economy, sets the standard for AI suppliers in the wider economy.

The Government’s Data Ethics Framework and ‘Guide to Using AI in the Public Sector’, alongside other area-specific guidance available on GOV.UK, support the ethical and safe use of algorithms in the public sector.

Further to this, as part of our commitment in the National Data Strategy, the Cabinet Office are exploring appropriate and effective mechanisms to deliver more transparency on the use of algorithmic assisted decision making within the public sector and to monitor their impact; and are working with leading organisations in the field of data and AI ethics to do so.

The Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation, in their report into algorithmic bias, make a number of recommendations to Government to reduce or mitigate the propensity for algorithms to encode bias. The Government is currently reviewing those recommendations.

Artificial Intelligence: Gender
Asked by: Mark Hendrick (Labour (Co-op) - Preston)
Wednesday 28th April 2021

Question to the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport:

To ask the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, what steps the Government is taking to tackle gender disparities in artificial intelligence technology.

Answered by John Whittingdale - Minister of State (Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport)

We recognise the need to address gender disparities in AI. In 2019, DCMS via the joint DCMS/BEIS Office for AI worked with the Office for Students and DfE to deliver new conversion course Masters courses at Universities across the country, with scholarships for people from underrepresented backgrounds, including women, black, and disabled students. The programme launched last September and the cohort of 1265 students that started included, 40 per cent women, one quarter black students, and 15 per cent disabled students. For those receiving a scholarship, the figures were even more encouraging – with 76 per cent of scholarship students going to women, 45 per cent of the students identifying as black and 24 per cent as being disabled. The upcoming National AI Strategy, being led by the Office for AI, looks to double down on such commitments to further improve diversity.

In addition to improving diversity via the conversion course Masters programme, in 2019, DCMS partnered with the World Economic Forum to create guidelines for responsible public sector procurement of AI systems. In June 2020, the guidelines were published on GOV.UK and operationalised through Crown Commercial Service’s AI Marketplace, launched September 2020. The Guidelines, which build on the Government’s Data Ethics Framework, recommend that AI procurement in Government be conducted by diverse teams, and stipulate that specific steps be taken to ensure the Public Sector Equality Duty is upheld – including performing an equality impact assessment alongside data protection impact assessments. Crown Commercial Services have implemented a baseline ethical standard for suppliers to be added to the procurement system. These concrete interventions are intended to mitigate against gender or racial bias being incorporated into AI systems procured into the public sector, which at 40% of the economy, sets the standard for AI suppliers in the wider economy.

The Government’s Data Ethics Framework and ‘Guide to Using AI in the Public Sector’, alongside other area-specific guidance available on GOV.UK, support the ethical and safe use of algorithms in the public sector.

Further to this, as part of our commitment in the National Data Strategy, the Cabinet Office are exploring appropriate and effective mechanisms to deliver more transparency on the use of algorithmic assisted decision making within the public sector and to monitor their impact; and are working with leading organisations in the field of data and AI ethics to do so.

The Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation, in their report into algorithmic bias, make a number of recommendations to Government to reduce or mitigate the propensity for algorithms to encode bias. The Government is currently reviewing those recommendations.

Department for Education: Departmental Responsibilities
Asked by: Lord Watson of Invergowrie (Labour - Life peer)
Wednesday 28th April 2021

Question to the Cabinet Office:

To ask Her Majesty's Government what plans they have to give the Minister for Children and Families a position in Cabinet.

Answered by Lord True - Minister of State (Cabinet Office)

I refer the noble peer to the List of Ministerial Responsibilities which sets out the allocation of portfolios across government; the Secretary of State for Education has overall responsibility for children’s services and education.

The programme of Her Majesty’s Government, including our policies to champion the interests of children and young people, will be set out in the forthcoming Queen’s Speech.

Employment: Coronavirus
Asked by: Colleen Fletcher (Labour - Coventry North East)
Wednesday 28th April 2021

Question to the Department for Work and Pensions:

To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, what assessment her Department has made of the effect of the covid-19 outbreak on employment levels amongst 25-35 year olds in (a) Coventry North East constituency, (b) Coventry, (c) the West Midlands and (d) England; and what steps her Department has taken to support 25-35 year olds who have been made redundant as a result of the covid-19 outbreak to (i) access training and skills support and (ii) secure suitable alternative employment.

Answered by Mims Davies - Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for Work and Pensions)

(a)-(d)

The information on employment levels for 25-34 year olds is published and available at:

https://www.nomisweb.co.uk/default.asp

Guidance for users can be found at: https://www.nomisweb.co.uk/home/newuser.asp

The most up to date information on NOMIS comes from the Annual Population Survey for Jan-Dec 2020 and is therefore not entirely subject to the effects of COVID-19. As a sample survey it is subject to sampling error, which may limit the conclusions that can be drawn.

(i)-(ii)

The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) is committed to supporting everyone who has been affected by the unprecedented impact of COVID-19 on the economy and the labour market.

Through our Plan for Jobs, we want everyone to be able to find a job, progress in work and thrive in the labour market, whoever they are and wherever they live.

We are working with Department for Education and HMT on how Universal Credit claimants can best be supported to gain skills for priority sectors and meet skills shortages, in addition to better facilitating progression opportunities.

To meet demand for Jobcentre services and to ensure that people looking for work receive the right support, DWP has successfully recruited 13,500 new Work Coaches.

Gender Recognition: Schools
Asked by: Tonia Antoniazzi (Labour - Gower)
Tuesday 27th April 2021

Question

To ask the Minister for Women and Equalities, with reference to her Department's LGBT Action Plan: Annual progress report 2018 to 2019, published in July 2019, when the Equality and Human Rights Commission plans to issue guidance for schools on supporting trans pupils.

Answered by Kemi Badenoch - Exchequer Secretary (HM Treasury)

Our schools and teachers are committed to supporting all pupils to thrive and reach their potential in a safe and respectful environment.

The Department for Education is also rolling out new inclusive statutory Relationships Education in all primary schools and Relationships and Sex Education in all secondary schools, so that children leave school prepared for life in modern, diverse, Britain.

As the Equality and Human Rights Commission is a non-departmental public body, it is for them to comment on any guidance they plan to publish. We are not able to provide further information on this.

Football: Females
Asked by: Dan Jarvis (Labour - Barnsley Central)
Monday 26th April 2021

Question to the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport:

To ask the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, what recent discussions his Department has had with Ministerial colleagues of the Department for Education on plans to provide support to help increase participation in girl's football in primary schools.

Answered by Nigel Huddleston - Assistant Whip

Sports and physical activity are crucial for our mental and physical health. The Chief Medical Officer is clear that being physically active is important to long-term health and crucial for keeping people healthy. That’s why we have continued to make sure that people can exercise throughout the national restrictions, and why we have ensured that grassroots and children’s sport was at the front of the queue when easing those restrictions.

My department works closely with the Department for Education on school sport provision. Schools are free to organise and deliver a flexible, diverse and challenging Physical Education curriculum that suits the needs of all their pupils, which can include football for girls.

The Secretary of State for Education and the Culture Secretary jointly hosted a school sport roundtable in March where the English FA were represented. This roundtable launched our ongoing work to bring together a sports sector offer to support schools through an active summer recovery term, and on into the summer holidays, in order to get children and young people active again.

Minister Gibb and I also recently met with Baroness Sue Campbell, Director of Women's Football at the FA, to discuss PE and school sport including the work that Baroness Campbell is doing to increase the numbers of girls playing football in schools.

Financial Services: Secondary Education
Asked by: Lord Blunkett (Labour - Life peer)
Thursday 22nd April 2021

Question to the HM Treasury:

To ask Her Majesty's Government what assessment they have made of the financial capability of UK citizens; whether it is affected by (1) age group, (2) gender, or (3) region; and what plans they have to review the provision of financial education in secondary schools.

Answered by Lord Agnew of Oulton - Minister of State (HM Treasury)

The government is committed to ensuring that people are able to use, and maximise their use of, products and services made available by the financial services industry. Government policy on financial capability and education focuses on ensuring that people can access the guidance they need and have the confidence and skills to successfully engage with their finances. That is why the government established the Money and Pension Service (MaPS) in January 2019, merging the three former organisations providing free-to-use financial guidance (the Money Advice Service, The Pensions Advisory Service, and Pension Wise) to simplify the existing public financial guidance landscape and offer more holistic support to consumers.

MaPS’s 2018 Adult Financial Capability Survey identified and measured the key components of financial capability through a large, nationally representative sample. This data can be broken down across a range of sociodemographic factors including age, gender and region. The full dataset is publicly available and will be updated later this year.

In 2020, MaPS published the UK Strategy for Financial Wellbeing, which sets out five national goals to improve the UK’s financial wellbeing by 2030. These include 2 million more children and young people getting a meaningful financial education, and 5 million more people understanding enough to plan for, and in, later life. The Strategy also includes three cross-cutting lenses focusing on gender, mental health, and wellbeing in the workplace. MaPS are working closely with a range of stakeholders from different sectors to deliver the Strategy, including to develop delivery plans for each of the four UK nations.

The government has no plans to review the provision of financial education. In 2014, for the first time, financial literacy was made statutory within the National Curriculum in England, as part of the curriculum for citizenship education for 11 to 16 year olds. At the same time, the government also introduced a rigorous mathematics curriculum, which provides pupils with the knowledge and skills to make important financial decisions. The Department for Education trusts schools to use their professional judgement and understanding of their pupils to develop the right teaching approach for their school.

Government Departments: Data Protection
Asked by: Daisy Cooper (Liberal Democrat - St Albans)
Tuesday 20th April 2021

Question to the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport:

To ask the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, which of the 139 recommendations identified in the Information Commissioner's Office audit of Government departments will be included as part of the National Data Strategy.

Answered by John Whittingdale - Minister of State (Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport)

The audit referred to in the question was a specific audit by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) of the Department for Education (DfE). The DfE has been working closely with the ICO since the audit was undertaken in February 2020 to address all the recommendations and published its formal response in January 2021 in the House Library, paper reference DEP2021-0072.

The work being done by DfE in partnership with the ICO to address the audit recommendations, particularly around data sharing policy and strategy, will support good practice across the public, private and third sectors, in line with the aims of the National Data Strategy.

Medicine: Education
Asked by: Daisy Cooper (Liberal Democrat - St Albans)
Tuesday 20th April 2021

Question to the Department of Health and Social Care:

To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, what assessment he has made of the effect of the covid-19 outbreak on (a) medical students and (b) final year medical students; and what plans he has to provide support to those students.

Answered by Helen Whately - Minister of State (Department of Health and Social Care)

We have worked with Department for Education, Health Education England and the Medical Schools Council throughout the pandemic to ensure the continuity of undergraduate medical training. Exams will take place in 2021, meaning most final year medical students are on course to graduate and start work as foundation doctors in August. We will keep this under review.

The Government has also worked to ensure that students have ongoing access to mental health and wellbeing support services. Medical students have access to the wellbeing offer for all National Health Service staff, as well as to Student Space, a mental health and wellbeing platform, which has received £3 million of Office for Students’ funding. In addition, the Government has made an additional £85 million of funding available to support students across all courses facing financial hardship. Medical students can continue to access their NHS bursary funding if in an eligible year of their course and student finance as usual and should discuss any requirement for hardship funding with their medical school.

Education: Finance
Asked by: Nadia Whittome (Labour - Nottingham East)
Tuesday 20th April 2021

Question to the HM Treasury:

To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer, if he will confirm that the amount of funding allocated to education in 2022-23 will be at least that allocated in 2021-22.

Answered by Steve Barclay - Chief Secretary to the Treasury

Discussions on spending allocations for 2022-23 between the Treasury and other governmental departments, including the Department for Education, are ongoing. These will be decided at the Spending Review later this year. More details will be set out in due course.

The core schools budget for 2022-23 has already been agreed as part of the 3-year schools settlement announced at Spending Round 19. This represents a £7.1 billion increase in school funding compared to 2019-20 budgets.

Cricket: Schools
Asked by: Navendu Mishra (Labour - Stockport)
Thursday 15th April 2021

Question to the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport:

To ask the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, what steps his Department takes to work with the Department for Education to promote cricket in state-funded schools.

Answered by Nigel Huddleston - Assistant Whip

My department works closely with the Department for Education on school sport provision. Schools are free to organise and deliver a flexible, diverse and challenging Physical Education curriculum that suits the needs of all their pupils, which can include cricket. Both departments regularly engage with the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB).

The ECB is actively engaged with 5,500 state schools, working with a quarter of all primary schools and 15,000 teachers. The ECB engages over half a million school children every year, including work through their charity partner Chance to Shine.

The ECB were represented at a school sport roundtable in March, jointly hosted by the Secretary of State for Education and the Culture Secretary. This roundtable launched our ongoing work to bring together a sports sector offer to support schools through an active summer recovery term, and on into the summer holidays, in order to get children and young people active again.

Hate Crime: Educational Institutions
Asked by: Preet Kaur Gill (Labour (Co-op) - Birmingham, Edgbaston)
Thursday 15th April 2021

Question to the Home Office:

To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, pursuant to the answer of 31 March 2021 to Question 174230, on Hate Crime: Young People, when her Department last undertook a review of the efficacy of its policies on the prevention and reporting of hate crimes in schools and colleges.

Answered by Kevin Foster - Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Home Office)

The government, alongside schools and teachers, is committed to supporting children and young people to thrive and reach their potential in a safe and respectful environment.

Schools continue to play an important role in preparing children and young people for life in modern Britain, supporting them to understand the society in which they are growing up and teaching about respect for other people and tolerance.

We continue to work with colleagues across government, as well as those in the school sector and communities to better understand issues around discrimination, hatred and prejudice on an ongoing basis. For example, the Department for Education has provided funding to anti-bullying organisations to support schools to tackle bullying, including projects targeting bullying of particular groups, such as those who are victims of hate related bullying.

These grants ended in March 2021, and grant holders are currently working to finalise independent evaluations of their programmes, which will be published in due course.

The Department for Education has considered next steps for anti-bullying support in schools, working closely with external stakeholders, and will shortly be running a procurement exercise to fund activity in 2021-22.

UN Conference on Women
Asked by: Lord Lucas (Conservative - Excepted Hereditary)
Thursday 15th April 2021

Question

To ask Her Majesty's Government what assessment they have made of (1) the Feminist Declaration on the occasion of the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Fourth World Conference on Women, published in March 2020, and (2) the decision by the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association (ILGA) to adopt that Declaration on 9 March 2020; what assessment they have made of the membership of (a) Government agencies, and (b) Government departments, with the ILGA; and what plans they have to review the inclusion of work undertaken by other UK members of the ILGA in education and school settings.

Answered by Baroness Berridge - Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for Education)

The Feminist Declaration was produced by the Women’s Rights Caucus, a global coalition of feminist organisations, on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action. It is not an official declaration. The Government produced a report of progress on implementation of the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action which was published at the time of the anniversary.

ILGA World is an independent worldwide federation of more than 1,600 organisations. Therefore, its views do not represent this Government. Department for Education guidance clearly states that schools should assess each resource that they propose to use to ensure that it is appropriate for the age and maturity of pupils, and sensitive to their needs.

NHS: Apprentices
Asked by: Lord Taylor of Warwick (Non-affiliated - Life peer)
Wednesday 7th April 2021

Question to the Department of Health and Social Care:

To ask Her Majesty's Government what assessment they have made of the level of interest in NHS apprenticeships; and what estimate, if any, they have made of the number of people they expect to apply to such schemes in the next 12 months.

Answered by Lord Bethell - Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department of Health and Social Care)

There is a high level of interest in National Health Service apprenticeships. Data from the Department for Education shows over 18,000 NHS apprentices started training in 2019/20 in a range of roles.

We have not undertaken an estimate of the numbers of applications to NHS apprentice schemes in the next 12 months.

Railways: Coronavirus
Asked by: Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi (Labour - Slough)
Tuesday 30th March 2021

Question to the Department for Transport:

To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, pursuant to the Answer of 11 March 2021 to Question 164599, what assessment he has made of the effect of schools reopening on 8 March 2021 on the rail network.

Answered by Chris Heaton-Harris - Minister of State (Department for Transport)

The Department has worked closely with the Department for Education, Network Rail, the train operating companies and Sir Peter Hendy to assess transport operators’ preparedness ahead of schools re-opening on 8 March; no significant concerns were identified. No significant issues have been seen on the rail network since schools returned although operators continue to monitor passenger flows.

Railways: Social Distancing
Asked by: Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi (Labour - Slough)
Tuesday 30th March 2021

Question to the Department for Transport:

To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, pursuant to the Answer of 11 March 2021 to Question 164599, what steps he has taken since schools reopened on 8 March 2021 to ensure social distancing on the rail network.

Answered by Chris Heaton-Harris - Minister of State (Department for Transport)

The Department has worked closely with the Department for Education, Network Rail, the train operating companies and Sir Peter Hendy to assess transport operators’ preparedness ahead of schools re-opening on 8 March; no significant concerns were identified. No significant issues have been seen on the rail network since schools returned although operators continue to monitor passenger flows.

National Skills Academies: Shipbuilding
Asked by: Martin Vickers (Conservative - Cleethorpes)
Monday 29th March 2021

Question to the HM Treasury:

To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer, what discussions officials in his Department have had with representatives of stakeholder groups on the approval of the Shared Outcome Fund bid for the creation of a National Skills Academy for Maritime (Shipbuilding).

Answered by Steve Barclay - Chief Secretary to the Treasury

HMT Officials are in regular contact with stakeholders. But it is the responsibility of the Ministry of Defence, who are leading the National Skills Academy for Maritime bid, to engage with relevant stakeholders prior to submission of the bid.

This Government is committed to supporting people to develop the skills needed to get good jobs and improve national productivity. The Department for Education recently published the ‘Skills for Jobs’ White Paper which sets out how the government will put employers at the heart of the skills system to ensure skills provision meets local labour market needs.

The Shared Outcomes Fund encourage Departments to work together to overcome some of the most difficult social, environmental and economic challenges that sit across the areas of responsibility of multiple public sector organisations.

The second round of the Shared Outcomes Fund, announced at Spending Review 2020, will provide a further £200 million for projects to improve the join up across government.

The assessment process to award the funding is ongoing.

Logistics: Vacancies
Asked by: Lyn Brown (Labour - West Ham)
Monday 29th March 2021

Question to the Department for Transport:

To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, what recent assessment he has made of the extent of skills shortages in the logistics sector in the occupations of (a) transport management, (b) mechanics, (c) technicians, (d) LGV drivers, (e) storage management, (f) elementary storage occupations, (g) importers and exporters.

Answered by Rachel Maclean - Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for Transport)

The labour shortages in the sector are longstanding. There has been no recent systematic assessment by the department of the extent of the skills shortage. Assessments have been made by Logistics UK.

We are working with the Department for Work and Pensions and Jobcentre Plus to ensure that jobseekers can find employment or training in the industry as quickly as possible.

We are also working with the Department for Education in supporting the logistics sector make the most of the opportunities provided through the apprenticeship levy.



Bill Documents
Mar. 30 2021
Education and Training (Welfare of Children) Bill: Briefing for Lords Stages
Education and Training (Welfare of Children) Act 2021 - Private Members' Bill (Ballot Bill)
Library Notes

Found: These Explanatory Notes have been provided by the Department for Education , with the consent of



Tweets
Jonathan Reynolds (Labour (Co-op) - Stalybridge and Hyde)
Shadow Secretary of State for Work and Pensions
10 May 2021, 7:56 a.m.

@markhowell7 We cover everything @DWP, other roles and responsibilities relate to BEIS and DfE departments. Naturally we will work as one frontbench team

Tweet Link
Lord Lucas (Conservative - Excepted Hereditary)
1 May 2021, 12:02 p.m.

@StellaDoves @Iris_ish_ @AnotherWeaver1 @ripx4nutmeg @Baroness_Nichol @LordPhilofBrum With the degree of devolution we have in England it is difficult to get a useful answer from the DfE on questions like this. I would need to be talking to a parent about a specific school.

Tweet Link
Social Mobility APPG
19 Apr 2021, 5:18 p.m.

David - Greater Manchester health has been devolved, they have invested in colleges to give support directly to students, not happening in other parts of the country, not surprised where budgets so tight. DfE tends to put money into schools and unis but not colleges.

Tweet Link
Ian Mearns (Labour - Gateshead)
16 Apr 2021, 9:52 a.m.

4/4 @greatmindsmcr I will be writing to the Department for Education DfE to ask that they seriously consider an expansion of this programme to a whole SEND approach delivered in partnership with the NHS HEE.

Tweet Link
Rachel Maclean (Conservative - Redditch)
Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for Transport)
7 Apr 2021, 5:19 p.m.

@RedStand This is literally a DFE announcement and Labour aren’t even mentioned !! Ridiculous

Tweet Link
Jess Phillips (Labour - Birmingham, Yardley)
Shadow Minister (Home Office)
1 Apr 2021, 6:47 a.m.

@DanielW40800218 Stats are not collected by the Ministry of Justice, Police or Department for Education which is a problem in itself that has repeatedly been highlighted. We need better data collection, however based on what is there here is article linked to report. https://t.co/K432BA4YVG

Tweet Link
Jess Phillips (Labour - Birmingham, Yardley)
Shadow Minister (Home Office)
31 Mar 2021, 10:49 p.m.

For the young girls who were raped in school in the last 5 years who raised your cases with the DFE, with Ofsted and with the Secretary of state I'm sorry that only today they noticed. I'm sorry they didn't listen to you and now they act all shocked.

Tweet Link
Gordon Marsden (Labour - Blackpool South)
30 Mar 2021, 10:50 a.m.

@NickLinford @XXFactorFacts Nick - you’re right to raise alarm over this.Of a piece w DfE severely restricting eligibility for so called ‘free’Level 3s in Skills WP. We @right2_learn & others have pointed out their centraliised course list excludes many courses for ITPs & no account taken of career changes

Tweet Link
Gordon Marsden (Labour - Blackpool South)
30 Mar 2021, 10:41 a.m.

Despite warnings @AwardingBodies @AoC_info @right2_learn & others Govt persists in limiting chances for adult learners with inadequate” free”Level 3 offers for them in ‘Skills Guarantee’ DfE blocking eligibility for many courses & no leeway for career changes after pandemic

Tweet Link
Fit and Healthy Childhood APPG
29 Mar 2021, 10:18 a.m.

DfE warns schools could be closed over 'rape culture' claims https://t.co/M0WNFJ4Lqg

Tweet Link
Tim Loughton (Conservative - East Worthing and Shoreham)
28 Mar 2021, 2:04 p.m.

@joshharsant I published Positive For Youth in December 2011 when a Minister at the DfE. Don't know what this refers to.

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National Audit Office
May. 11 2021
Guide to the education sector annual reports and accounts 2019-20 (PDF)

Found: for Education and related bodies in the education˜sector in England.

May. 11 2021
Guide to the education sector annual reports and accounts 2019-20 (webpage)

Found: COVID-19: How we are working Sector(s): Education and skills Department(s): Department



Department Publications - News and Communications
Monday 10th May 2021
Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government
Source Page: Recovered appeal: land at Sheen Way Playing Field, Sheen Way, Wallington, SM6 8NR (ref: 3250891 - 10 May 2021)
Document: Recovered appeal: land at Sheen Way Playing Field, Sheen Way, Wallington, SM6 8NR (ref: 3250891 - 10 May 2021) (PDF)

Found: Housing, Communities and Local Government is named on the lease for the site acting on behalf of the Department



Department Publications - Transparency
Monday 10th May 2021
Northern Ireland Office
Source Page: Civil Service People Survey: 2020 results
Document: Civil Service People Survey: 2020 results (ODS)

Found: TNA The National Archives 0.72 0.75 0.85 0.91 0.78 0.86 0.61 0.87 0.81 0.33 0.7 0.74 0.22 Education DFE

Friday 7th May 2021
Cabinet Office
Source Page: Civil Service People Survey: 2020 results
Document: Civil Service People Survey: 2020 results (PDF)

Found: Digital, Culture, Media & Sport Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport The National Archives Department

Friday 7th May 2021
Cabinet Office
Source Page: Civil Service People Survey: 2020 results
Document: Civil Service People Survey: 2020 results (ODS)

Found: TNA The National Archives 0.72 0.75 0.85 0.91 0.78 0.86 0.61 0.87 0.81 0.33 0.7 0.74 0.22 Education DFE

Monday 19th April 2021
HM Treasury
Source Page: Financial Reporting Advisory Board minutes and associated papers: 19 November 2020
Document: Financial Reporting Advisory Board minutes and associated papers: 19 November 2020 (PDF)

Found: Executive Aileen Wright, Scottish Government Gawain Evans, Welsh Government Preparers/Users: Iain King, Department

Monday 19th April 2021
HM Treasury
Source Page: Financial Reporting Advisory Board minutes and associated papers: 19 November 2020
Document: Financial Reporting Advisory Board minutes and associated papers: 19 November 2020 (PDF)

Found: The sample included: Cabinet Office, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, Department



Department Publications - Policy paper
Friday 7th May 2021
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
Source Page: Carbon capture, usage and storage (CCUS) supply chains: a roadmap to maximise the UK’s potential
Document: Carbon capture, usage and storage (CCUS) supply chains: a roadmap to maximise the UK’s potential (PDF)

Found: As set out in DfE™s recent Skills for Jobs white paper, w e have existing programmes in place Œ

Monday 19th April 2021
HM Treasury
Source Page: Treasury Minutes – April 2021
Document: Treasury Minutes – April 2021 (PDF)

Found: COVID 19: the free school meals voucher scheme 7 Department

Tuesday 30th March 2021
Home Office
Source Page: Impact Assessments covering migration policy
Document: Impact Assessments covering migration policy (PDF)

Found: Justice, Department for Communities and Local Government , Department for Transport, HM Treasury , Department

Tuesday 30th March 2021
Home Office
Source Page: Impact Assessments covering migration policy
Document: Impact Assessments covering migration policy (PDF)

Found: of Justice; Department for Work and Pensions; Better Regulation Executive; Depart ment of Health; Department

Tuesday 30th March 2021
Home Office
Source Page: Impact Assessments covering migration policy
Document: Impact Assessments covering migration policy (PDF)

Found: underlying the Barnett formula a re used by HM Treasury to determine the split of funding between the Department

Tuesday 30th March 2021
Home Office
Source Page: Impact Assessments covering migration policy
Document: Impact Assessments covering migration policy (PDF)

Found: underlying the Barnett formula are used by HM Treasury to determine the split of funding between the Department

Tuesday 30th March 2021
Home Office
Source Page: Impact Assessments covering migration policy
Document: Impact Assessments covering migration policy (PDF)

Found: underlying the Barnett formula are used by HM Treasury to determine the split of funding between the Department

Tuesday 30th March 2021
Home Office
Source Page: Impact Assessments covering migration policy
Document: Impact Assessments covering migration policy (PDF)

Found: underlying the Barnett formula are used by HM Treasury to determin e the split of funding between the Department

Tuesday 30th March 2021
Home Office
Source Page: Impact Assessments covering migration policy
Document: Impact Assessments covering migration policy (PDF)

Found: General) to the new Global Talent rou te is expected to reduce revenue to the Home Office an d the Department

Tuesday 30th March 2021
Home Office
Source Page: Impact Assessments covering migration policy
Document: Impact Assessments covering migration policy (PDF)

Found: uk - visa - sponsorship - employers/apply - for - your - licence 167 Employer Skills Survey 2017 Department

Tuesday 30th March 2021
Home Office
Source Page: Impact Assessments covering migration policy
Document: Impact Assessments covering migration policy (PDF)

Found: underlying the Barnett formula are used by HM Treasury to determin e the split of funding between the Department

Tuesday 30th March 2021
Home Office
Source Page: Impact Assessments covering migration policy
Document: Impact Assessments covering migration policy (PDF)

Found: agency: Home Office Other departments or agencies: Department for Communities and Local Government, Department

Saturday 27th March 2021
Department of Health and Social Care
Source Page: Suicide prevention in England: fifth progress report
Document: Suicide prevention in England: fifth progress report (PDF)

Found: DfE This will be delivered throughout 2020 to 2021 Mental Health Support Teams (MHSTs) Creation

Saturday 27th March 2021
Cabinet Office
Source Page: COVID-19 mental health and wellbeing recovery action plan
Document: COVID-19 mental health and wellbeing recovery action plan (PDF)

Found: The Department for Education (DfE) has established a Mental Health in Education Action COVID -19

Friday 26th March 2021
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
Source Page: Rural proofing in England 2020
Document: Rural proofing in England 2020 (PDF)

Found: Schools funding Since the academic year 2018 to 20 19, DfE has distributed school funding via the



Department Publications - Statistics
Wednesday 28th April 2021
Cabinet Office
Source Page: Freedom of Information statistics: annual 2020
Document: Freedom of Information statistics: annual 2020 (Excel)

Found: for Education#2292224804436 Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs73273200264 Department

Wednesday 28th April 2021
Cabinet Office
Source Page: Freedom of Information statistics: annual 2020
Document: Freedom of Information statistics: annual 2020 (PDF)

Found: for Education# 2,292 2,248 044 36 Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs 732 732 00264

Wednesday 28th April 2021
Cabinet Office
Source Page: Freedom of Information statistics: annual 2020
Document: Freedom of Information statistics: annual 2020 (PDF)

Found: Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre Department for Digital, Culture Media and Sport (DCMS) Department

Wednesday 28th April 2021
Cabinet Office
Source Page: Freedom of Information statistics: October to December 2020
Document: Freedom of Information statistics: October to December 2020 (Excel)

Found: for Education#5745350394 Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs1661660058 Department

Wednesday 28th April 2021
Cabinet Office
Source Page: Freedom of Information statistics: October to December 2020
Document: Freedom of Information statistics: October to December 2020 (PDF)

Found: The Department for Education had the largest decrease across the same period (-540), followed by

Thursday 8th April 2021
Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office
Source Page: Statistics on International Development: Provisional UK Aid Spend 2020
Document: Statistics on International Development: Provisional UK Aid Spend 2020 (ODS)

Found: Exports Credits Guarantee Department 0 0.0 44.385826475092 0.003067238635366632 44.385826475092 1.0 Department



Department Publications - Guidance
Tuesday 20th April 2021
Home Office
Source Page: Grounds for refusal: rough sleeping
Document: Grounds for refusal: rough sleeping (PDF)

Found: Wales The Department for Education and Public Services is responsible for housing in the Welsh Government

Monday 19th April 2021
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
Source Page: COVID-19 Response NEETs Engagement in New Anglia – OC24S21P1840
Document: call specification. (PDF)

Found: as is the percentage of Looked After Children; Youth Offending and All Pupil Absence & Exclusions (DfE

Monday 19th April 2021
Cabinet Office
Source Page: Common areas of spend: data definitions
Document: Common areas of spend: data definitions (PDF)

Found: This should not include salary costs if the provision is through the Department for Education.

Thursday 8th April 2021
Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government
Source Page: Welcome: a guide for Hong Kong British National (Overseas) visa holders in the UK
Document: Welcome: a guide for Hong Kong British National (Overseas) visa holders in the UK (PDF)

Found: Teaching vacancies is the official job -listing service from the Department for Education and used

Friday 26th March 2021
Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government
Source Page: Supporting Families Programme guidance 2021 to 2022
Document: Supporting Families Programme guidance 2021 to 2022 (PDF)

Found: The following guidance , as agreed by the Department for Education and the Ministry of Housing Community



Department Publications - Research
Thursday 15th April 2021
Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government
Source Page: Building Safety Programme: monthly data release - March 2021
Document: Building Safety Programme: monthly data release - March 2021 (PDF)

Found: The Department for Health and Social Care and Department for Education are working with building owners

Thursday 15th April 2021
Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government
Source Page: Building Safety Programme: monthly data release - March 2021
Document: Building Safety Programme: monthly data release - March 2021 (PDF)

Found: local aut horities, housing associations, building owners / developers / managing agents, the DHSC, DfE



Non-Departmental Publications - Policy paper
May. 11 2021
Prime Minister's Office, 10 Downing Street (Number 10)
Source Page: Queen's Speech 2021: background briefing notes
Document: Queen's Speech 2021: background briefing notes (PDF)
Policy paper

Found: 3JFDCHJKDC"JKD"NG]DFE"GT"JKD"*TTBAD"TGF"3JMODCJE"JG"J@YD"@AJBGC"JG"@OOFDEE"RG]" hM@RBJQ"K BHKDF"DOMA@



Non-Departmental Publications - Guidance and Regulation
May. 07 2021
Government Property Agency (GPA)
Source Page: Home working and the UK Civil Service
Document: Home working and the UK Civil Service (PDF)
Guidance and Regulation

Found: average activity complexity 10.1 Civil Servants average H-Lmi 73.5 Activity complexity Land Registry DfE

May. 07 2021
Standards and Testing Agency (STA)
Source Page: Reception baseline assessment framework
Document: Reception baseline assessment framework (PDF)
Guidance and Regulation

Found: As a result, the Department for Education has decided not to include self -regulation in the assessment

May. 07 2021
Standards and Testing Agency (STA)
Source Page: Reception baseline assessment framework
Document: Reception baseline assessment framework (PDF)
Guidance and Regulation

Found: transparency. 4 Overview Introduction This document details the assessment framework for the Department

May. 07 2021
Ofsted
Source Page: Area SEND inspection: guidance for inspectors
Document: Area SEND inspection: guidance for inspectors (PDF)
Guidance and Regulation

Found: needs and disability code of practice: 0 to 25 years™ (the Code of Practice) published jointly by the Department

May. 06 2021
Standards and Testing Agency (STA)
Source Page: 2021 Reception baseline assessment: assessment and reporting arrangements (ARA)
Document: 2021 Reception baseline assessment: assessment and reporting arrangements (ARA) (PDF)
Guidance and Regulation

Found: It is produced by the Standards and Testing Agency 1 (STA), an executive agency of the Department for

Apr. 22 2021
Ofqual
Source Page: Functional Skills mathematics conditions and requirements
Document: Functional Skills mathematics conditions and requirements (PDF)
Guidance and Regulation

Found: to incorporate: the purposes of the qualification the subject content, as published by the Department

Apr. 19 2021
Rural Payments Agency (RPA)
Source Page: COVID-19 Response NEETs Engagement in New Anglia – OC24S21P1840
Document: call specification. (PDF)
Guidance and Regulation

Found: as is the percentage of Looked After Children; Youth Offending and All Pupil Absence & Exclusions (DfE

Apr. 19 2021
Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA)
Source Page: ROATP application guidance digital May 2021
Document: ROATP application guidance digital May 2021 (PDF)
Guidance and Regulation

Found: This means your organisation has been accredited by the Department for Education (DfE) to offer initial

Apr. 01 2021
Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA)
Source Page: ESFA Information Exchange
Document: ESFA Information Exchange (webpage)
Guidance and Regulation

Found: Information Exchange users should now: access the new Document exchange service using their existing DfE



Non-Departmental Publications - Transparency
May. 06 2021
Public Health England (PHE)
Source Page: PHE spend over £25,000: 2021
Document: PHE spend over £25,000: 2021 (ODS)
Transparency

Found: DEC-2020 to 24-MAR-2021) PUBLIC SECTOR COMPANIES NOT CGA 0 Department of Health Public Health England DEPARTMENT

Apr. 20 2021
Student Loans Company (SLC)
Source Page: SLC Supplier Spend March 2021
Document: SLC Supplier Spend March 2021 (ODS)
Transparency

Found: Spend Category Supplier Supplier's Invoice Number Invoice Date Invoice Amount Currency Line Amount DFE

Mar. 30 2021
Ofqual
Source Page: Data sharing advisory committee
Document: Data sharing advisory committee (PDF)
Transparency

Found: representative from each of the four organisations contributing to the project: Ofqual, Ofsted, UCAS and the Department

Mar. 30 2021
Ofqual
Source Page: Data sharing advisory committee
Document: Data sharing advisory committee (PDF)
Transparency

Found: December 2020 2 Mike Jones Head of Early Years, Schools, SEND Research and Analysis DfE

Mar. 30 2021
Ofqual
Source Page: Data sharing advisory committee
Document: Data sharing advisory committee (PDF)
Transparency

Found: February 2021 2 Mike Jones Head of Early Years, Schools, SEND Research and Analysis DfE

Mar. 30 2021
Ofqual
Source Page: Data sharing advisory committee
Document: Data sharing advisory committee (webpage)
Transparency

Found: representative from each of the four organisations contributing to the project: Ofqual Ofsted UCAS Department



Non-Departmental Publications - News and Communications
Apr. 29 2021
Crown Commercial Service (CCS)
Source Page: The Department for Education (DfE)'s Get Help with Technology programme
Document: The Department for Education (DfE)'s Get Help with Technology programme (webpage)
News and Communications

Found: The Department for Education (DfE)'s Get Help with Technology programme

Apr. 29 2021
Office of the Schools Adjudicator (OSA)
Source Page: Bruce Grove Primary School
Document: Bruce Grove Primary School (PDF)
News and Communications

Found: The school is situated in Tottenham close to the A10 ; the Department for Education (DfE ) database

Apr. 26 2021
Office of the Schools Adjudicator (OSA)
Source Page: The Holy Cross School
Document: The Holy Cross School (PDF)
News and Communications

Found: T he Department for Education database lists 17 other state -funded secondary schools within a 4

Apr. 07 2021
Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA)
Source Page: ESFA Update: 7 April 2021
Document: ESFA Update: 7 April 2021 (PDF)
News and Communications

Found: There is no requirement for you to use Department for Education messaging in your assets and Skills

Apr. 07 2021
Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA)
Source Page: ESFA Update: 7 April 2021
Document: ESFA Update: 7 April 2021 (webpage)
News and Communications

Found: Update academies: 7 April 2021 HTML ESFA Update local authorities: 7 April 2021 HTML DfE



Non-Departmental Publications - Statistics
Apr. 29 2021
Ofqual
Source Page: Perceptions of A levels, GCSEs and other qualifications: wave 19
Document: Perceptions of A levels, GCSEs and other qualifications: wave 19 (PDF)
Statistics

Found: s relate to this one: Statistics on key stage 4 results , including GCSEs published by the Department

Apr. 29 2021
Department for the Economy (Northern Ireland)
Source Page: Enrolments at UK Higher Education Institutions: Northern Ireland analysis 2019/20
Document: Enrolments at UK Higher Education Institutions: Northern Ireland analysis 2019/20 (webpage)
Statistics

Found: higher-education-enrolments Details This statistical bulletin has been produced by the Department for the Economy (DfE

Apr. 29 2021
Department for the Economy (Northern Ireland)
Source Page: Qualifications gained at UK Higher Education Institutions: NI analysis 2019/20
Document: Qualifications gained at UK Higher Education Institutions: NI analysis 2019/20 (webpage)
Statistics

Found: higher-education-qualifications Details This statistical bulletin has been produced by the Department for the Economy (DfE



Non-Departmental Publications - Services
Apr. 26 2021
Student Loans Company (SLC)
Source Page: Student finance application forms and notes for continuing EU students
Document: Student finance application forms and notes for continuing EU students (PDF)
Services

Found: dateDayMonthYear8EU/PR1A/2122Ł Ł ŁŁ Ł Ł 9EU/PR1A/2122Privacy NoticeThe Student Loans Company Ltd (SLC) and the Department

Apr. 26 2021
Student Loans Company (SLC)
Source Page: Student finance application forms and notes for new Tuition Fee only students
Document: Student finance application forms and notes for new Tuition Fee only students (PDF)
Services

Found: 21Privacy NoticeThe Student Loans Company Ltd (SLC) and the Department



Non-Departmental Publications - Research and Statistics
Mar. 31 2021
Commission for Countering Extremism
Source Page: Commission for Countering Extremism: 3 years on
Document: Commission for Countering Extremism: 3 years on (PDF)
Research and Statistics

Found: Central Government and Regulators Ł Cabinet Office Ł Department for Digital, Culture, Media & SportŁ Department

Mar. 30 2021
Public Health England (PHE)
Source Page: Sexually transmitted infections: South West data
Document: Sexually transmitted infections: South West data (PDF)
Research and Statistics

Found: Accessed 31st May 2018. 7 Department for Education.

Mar. 30 2021
Social Mobility Commission (SMC)
Source Page: The road not taken: drivers of course selection
Document: The road not taken: drivers of course selection (PDF)
Research and Statistics

Found: The National Pupil Database is Crown Copyright and made available by the Department for Education.

Mar. 30 2021
Social Mobility Commission (SMC)
Source Page: The road not taken: drivers of course selection
Document: The road not taken: drivers of course selection (PDF)
Research and Statistics

Found: According to statistics from the Department for Education 6 (Figure 1) there has been an increase