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New Turing scheme to support thousands of students to study and work abroad

Thousands of students will be able to study and do work placements across the world through a brand new scheme that replaces the UK’s...

Dounreay’s first ‘home grown’ health physics surveyors qualify

Dounreay’s first batch of home grown health physics surveyors have qualified with flying colours and ahead of schedule. The 7 trainees were the first to...

New interim Chief Regulator of Ofqual

Simon Lebus has been appointed as interim Chief Regulator of Ofqual, replacing Dame Glenys Stacey from 1 January 2021. Mr Lebus will be in post...

One million laptops and tablets for disadvantaged children and young people

Over one million devices will now reach schools, colleges and councils, helping ensure students have access to high-quality remote education if they need it,...

The impact of COVID-19 on UK – Cyprus relations in education

UK universities remain committed towards quality education and ensuring the provision of pastoral care to students who choose Britain as their destination, Universities UK...

Education Secretary selects preferred candidate for new Office for Students Chair

The Education Secretary Gavin Williamson has named Lord Wharton of Yarm as his preferred candidate to be the next Chair of the Office for...

School funding boost confirmed for every local authority in England

In another step towards delivering on the government’s pledge to invest a total of £14 billion over three years, the Department for Education has...

CBBC doctors join NHS Test and Trace in fight against coronavirus

The new Storicise website – launched by the government today – has been developed for schools by NHS Test and Trace in collaboration with...

ESFA Update: 16 December 2020

Published 16 December 2020 Last updated 17 December 2020 + show all updates ...
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