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Summer Economic Statement – Education Summary 8 July We thought it may be helpful to share a summary of the key education announcements made by Rishi Sunak, Chancellor of the Exchequer, in his “summer economic statement” in the House of Commons yesterday. The summary is kindly provided by PLMR, our platinum partner. The statement delivered in the Commons and titled “A Plan for Jobs” can be read in... Continue Reading
GCSEs and A-levels likely to be later next summer Next year's A-levels and GCSEs in England could be pushed back later into the summer to allow more teaching time, says Education Secretary Gavin Williamson. Read more here Continue Reading
Coronavirus: All primary pupils no longer going back to school Plans for all England's primary children to return for a month before the summer break have been dropped by Education Secretary Gavin Williamson. Read more here Continue Reading
Coronavirus: Plan dropped for all primary pupils back in school The plan for all primary school years in England to go back to school before the end of term is to be dropped by the government. Read more here Continue Reading
No decision on all primary years back to school There is still no decision on whether all primary children will really be asked back to school next month, schools minister Nick Gibb told MPs. Read more here Continue Reading
‘Virus could be here for year’ so schools must open, says education secretary "The coronavirus could be with us for a year or more" so children cannot continue to stay out of school for "months and months" longer, says Education Secretary Gavin Williamson.... Continue Reading
Coronavirus (COVID-19) and opening schools more widely CST’s statement on opening schools more widely Read statement here Exceptional costs – how to submit a claim DfE has issued instructions on how to claim exceptional costs related to... Continue Reading