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Education News

Unauthorised absences continue to rise

The rate at which pupils are absent from English schools without permission has risen again this year. New data for the autumn of 2017 and spring of 2018 shows the rate of unauthorised absence from primary and secondary schools was 1.2 per cent over the period, up from 1.1 per cent in the same period

EYFS results 2018: 71.5% of reception pupils achieve ‘good’ development

The proportion of reception pupils reaching a “good” level of development has risen again this year, according to the latest early years foundation stage profile results. In 2018, 71.5 per cent of pupils achieved what the government deems to be a “good level of development”, up from 70.7 per cent last year. The proportion of

Anne Milton finally meets the IfA’s apprentice panel – 18 months after it was formed

The skills minister met with the Institute for Apprenticeships’ panel of apprentices for the first time yesterday, a year and a half after it was established. Anne Milton met 13 members of the 21-strong panel during a special meeting at the Houses of Parliament where she consulted them on the “challenges” they have experienced with

FE destinations and earnings data: The 5 key findings

The government has today released figures for outcomes of FE learners, showing stark gender pay gaps, differences in earnings and future employment and learning across the sector. The data covers the destinations of 1.1 million learners who completed an FE course between 2013-14 and 2015-16, and the earnings of those who studied between 2010-11 and