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Nuclear Energy (Financing) Bill: Clause 6 - Licence modifications: designated nuclear companies (10 Jan 2022)

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Written Answers — Department for Education: National Tutoring Programme: Enfield (10 Jan 2022)

Robin Walker: National tutoring programme (NTP) participation data has not yet been published. We continue to collect data from schools for all three strands of the programme – school-led tutoring, tuition partners and academic mentors, and will be publishing this in due course. The NTP aims to engage up to 2 million pupils this year, and to deliver up to 90 million hours of tuition by the 2024/25...

Written Answers — Department for Education: National Tutoring Programme (10 Jan 2022)

Robin Walker: National Tutoring Programme participation data for last year has not yet been published. We continue to collect data from schools for all three strands of the programme in the current year and will be publishing this in due course. This covers School-Led Tutoring, Tuition Partners and Academic Mentors. The National Tutoring Programme aims to engage up to 2 million pupils this year, and to...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Remote Education (10 Jan 2022)

Robin Walker: COVID-19 continues to be a virus that we learn to live with and the imperative to reduce the disruption to children and young people’s education remains. Our priority is for schools to deliver face-to-face, high-quality education to all pupils. The evidence is clear that being out of education causes significant harm to educational attainment, life chances, mental and physical health....

Written Answers — Department for Education: Sex and Relationship Education: Endometriosis (10 Jan 2022)

Robin Walker: From September 2020, relationships education became compulsory for all primary school-aged pupils, relationships and sex education compulsory for all secondary school-aged pupils, and health education compulsory for all pupils in state-funded schools in England. Statutory guidance on the new curriculum has been published and is available here:...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Teachers: Training (10 Jan 2022)

Robin Walker: The department offers bursaries for initial teacher training (ITT) to incentivise applications for ITT courses. The bursaries on offer are reviewed each year to take account of factors including historic recruitment, forecasted economic conditions, and teacher supply need in each subject. This provides flexibility in responding to the need to attract new teachers, meaning money is spent where...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Schools: Staff (10 Jan 2022)

Robin Walker: Vaccines are the best way we can protect ourselves and help keep children and young people in face-to-face education. People aged 18 years and over, and those aged 16 years and over who are at risk (including health and social care workers) will be offered a booster dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. All eligible staff and students aged 12 and over are encouraged to take up the offer of the...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Schools: Finance (10 Jan 2022)

Robin Walker: The department trusts schools to manage their own finances, and we do not produce guidance on what is an adequate reserve level for academy trusts or schools. The amount of reserves that is appropriate to set aside will depend on the type and size of the academy trust or school as well as the particular risks that they face. Academy trusts and schools have the flexibility to make their own...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Out-of-school Education (10 Jan 2022)

Robin Walker: It is a criminal offence under section 96 of the Education and Skills Act 2008 to conduct an independent educational institution unless it is registered. Those found guilty of this offence can be fined an unlimited amount or face up to 6 months in prison. The Department for Education and Ofsted continue to investigate any settings where intelligence or evidence suggest the operation of an...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Teachers: Training (10 Jan 2022)

Robin Walker: Data on new entrants starting initial teacher training (ITT) is published annually in the ITT Census and the latest publication is available here: https://explore-education-statistics.service.gov.uk/find-sta tistics/initial-teacher-training-census. Data on the outcomes of final year trainees is published annually in the ITT Performance Profiles publication. The latest publication is available...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Out-of-school Education: Discrimination (10 Jan 2022)

Robin Walker: It is a criminal offence under section 96 of the Education and Skills Act 2008 to conduct an independent educational institution unless it is registered. The Department for Education and Ofsted continue to investigate any settings where intelligence or evidence suggest the operation of an unregistered school. Section 97 of the Education and Skills Act 2008 permits no-notice inspections of...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Supply Teachers: Coronavirus (10 Jan 2022)

Robin Walker: The department knows that in areas with high absence, schools have found it difficult to recruit supply staff. We want to make sure that as many supply staff as possible are available to schools and colleges. The government has asked former teachers who have the skills and time to return to the classroom to sign up. My right hon. Friend, the Secretary of State for Education, wrote to all...

Written Answers — Department for Education: National Tutoring Programme (10 Jan 2022)

Robin Walker: The National Tutoring Programme (NTP) is on track to reach hundreds of thousands more pupils this year, as part of a significant expansion to give schools more flexibility to deliver tutoring that works for them and ensure no child is left behind. The department has set high standards for the programme and feedback from schools shows the positive impact it is having in helping pupils to catch...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Teachers: Training (10 Jan 2022)

Robin Walker: The key priorities of teaching school hubs are delivery of the early career framework, national professional qualifications, initial teacher training, the appropriate body role, and wider continuing professional development (CPD), in that order. The department has not provided specific advice to teaching school hubs on working with subject teacher associations in developing their wider CPD....

Written Answers — Department for Education: Teachers: Labour Turnover (10 Jan 2022)

Robin Walker: The number of teachers remains high, with 461,088 full-time equivalent (FTE) staff working in schools across the country. This is approximately 20,000 more than in 2010. The 2020/21 academic year saw an increase of more than 7,275 in FTE teachers in state-funded schools in England. This equates to a 1.6% growth on the year before, the largest observed in the last 10 years, and has resulted in...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Non-teaching Staff: Pay (10 Jan 2022)

Robin Walker: Teaching support staff, and all school staff, have shown their professionalism and dedication throughout the COVID-19 outbreak to make sure children continue to receive an excellent education. The department does not set pay for teaching and non-teaching support staff in schools. Instead, employers have the freedom to set pay and conditions to suit their circumstances. Most schools use the...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Schools: Admissions (10 Jan 2022)

Robin Walker: A school’s admission authority is responsible for setting the published admission number (PAN) for each year in which children normally enter the school. This is usually the reception year in primary school and year 7 in secondary school. They must do so in line with the requirements of the school admissions code. The local authority is the admission authority for community and voluntary...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Teachers: Recruitment (10 Jan 2022)

Robin Walker: As of 5 January, the spend relating to marketing and communications in support of the national appeal for former teachers to return to the profession is £3,882.69. This amount consists of:Design work for a toolkit of assets to be used by partners of the department: £2,227.80.Paid Search Advertising: £1,654.89.

Written Answers — Department for Education: Schools: Coronavirus (10 Jan 2022)

Robin Walker: The measures in place day-to-day in schools, colleges and nurseries to tackle COVID-19 are based on the latest scientific advice and strike a balance between managing transmission risk and reducing disruption to children and young people’s education. The priority is for schools, colleges and nurseries to deliver face-to-face, high-quality education to all children, pupils and students. The...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Israel: Education (10 Jan 2022)

Robin Walker: Schools can teach pupils about Israel as part of a broad and balanced curriculum, including in history and geography. For example, at key stage 3, history encompasses the study of Britain, Europe and the wider world from 1901 to the present day, and must include the Holocaust. At key stage 4, there are GCSE specifications that include Israel, in the context of the study of the Middle East....


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