Heads welcome clarification following the DfE’s decision not to produce key stage 2 performance tables this year. Headteachers’ leaders have been told that primary schools will not have to publish their own key stage 2 Sats results from this year on their websites
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New DfE guidance for schools on searching, screening and confiscation comes into effect from September 2022. We round up the key information schools need to be aware of
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From Monday, key Covid-19 restrictions on early years, schools, colleges and universities are expected to be lifted. We answer the key questions about what this means for you and your child.
Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment’ has been published, ready to come into force in September 2021.
On 6th July 2021, the DfE published the ‘for information’ version of Keeping Children Safe in Education 2021. This will come into force in September 2021; schools should continue to use the current version until then.
Ofsted has updated their Education Inspection Handbooks clarifying, amongst other things, how inspectors will assess how schools and colleges tackle sexual harassment, abuse and violence among children and young people.
The Dept for Education want to hear from teachers, staff and parents on managing behaviour and discipline in schools, including the use of mobile phones.
Changes to the Inspection Handbook – This handbook describes the main activities that inspectors undertake when they carry out inspections of early years providers in England registered under sections 49 and 50 of the Childcare Act 2006. The handbook also sets out the judgements that inspectors will make and on which they will report
28th June 2021
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In March 2021, the UK government commissioned Ofsted to review sexual abuse in schools after a website collected testimonies from students who had been abused by other students. Ofsted have published its report and in this CPD session
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