Official Twitter account for the Department for Education, covering education, children’s services, HE & FE, apprenticeships, skills in England.
Joined on 12 May, 2010
Deputy Chief Medical Officer for England, Professor Jonathan Van-Tam, tells @GMB the stunning success of the vaccination programme means we can allow pupils back to school, which is best for their mental, educational and physical wellbeing.
Today the #LanternFestival is celebrated, marking the end of the #ChineseNewYear festivities🏮. See our dedicated #MandarinExcellence students from @TytheringtonSch and
@AllHallowsCC sending well wishes in Mandarin to our friends celebrating🐂 @UCL_IOE_CI @educationgovuk
Today we brought together vice-chancellors and senior leaders from 20+ #ACUmember universities in 13 countries with @michelledonelan to discuss strengthening academic mobility in the #Commonwealth through the #TuringScheme
@educationgovuk @UUKIntl @BritishCouncil @HEGoingGlobal
Great meeting today with @The_ACU discuss to discuss the @TuringScheme_UK, opportunities for student exchanges at Commonwealth universities and the importance of making offers available to students from all backgrounds #levellingup
It was great to meet with @NTCouncilTeam today and hear about the positive impact our looked-after children mental health assessment pilot has had on improving support for children in care.
Many thanks to all the staff working hard to make the North Tyneside pilot a success.
Congratulations to our Student of the Year 20-21 winners and the finalists who made it this far. Thank you also to our sponsors @teachBTEC, @NOCNGroup and @reedglobal for their support. #SotY
@lborocollege @walsall_college @mbrocollege @stock_college
Congratulations to Esha, Scott, Jonathan, Matthew and Sam!
Our priority has always been to make sure every student has the best possible chance to show what they know and can do.
It is vital that they all have confidence that they will still get a grade that is a just reflection of their work.
Today we’re announcing how students will be assessed and awarded their GCSE, AS and A levels this year.
Fairness and flexibility are at the heart of the plans, which will enable young people get to their next stage of education or training.
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