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We trust schools to implement an assessment system that uses data effectively to support teaching and improve educational outcomes.
We are considering a number of possible changes to the way in which the school admissions system works and we will want to consult on any
The consultation on implementing the EBacc set out our ambition that at least 90% of pupils in mainstream secondary schools will enter GC
The number of pupils in Key Stage 1 classes of more than 30 and 35 pupils in each region of England relating to the academic year beginni
The number and percentage of pupils in English state-funded schools who were entered for a foreign language GCSE in the 2014/15 academic
The figure to which I referred on 4 July was derived from a survey by the Confederation of British Industry’s Education and Skills Survey
The number of pupils in key stage one classes of more than 30 pupils for each of the years and locations requested is given below, along
We recognise the importance of the Early Years workforce in improving quality and delivering better outcomes for children.
In implementing the EBacc, the Government remains fully committed to ensuring all pupils receive a well-rounded education.
Of the schools in the North West with a known status, over 80% remained open or partially open to students.