All 5 results for brexit speaker:Nick Gibb

Written Answers — Department for Education: Department for Education: Brexit (21 Oct 2019)

Nick Gibb: ...for the UK to exit the EU on 31 October 2019. The Department has stepped up their preparedness significantly and speaks regularly to councils and partners, including through the Local Government Brexit Delivery Board and a network of nine regional chief executives. The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government leads this engagement. Every council has designated a Brexit Lead...

Written Answers — Department for Education: Department for Education: Brexit (1 Oct 2019)

Nick Gibb: The Department has not spent any money on the Getting Ready for Brexit campaign since 23 July 2019. No contracts have been awarded by the Department as a part of this campaign. The Department is providing its own guidance to the education sectors that it serves via published information on GOV.UK, support through existing networks, and otherwise through the normal conduct of the day-to-day...

Free Schools and Academies in England — [Geraint Davies in the Chair] (5 Dec 2018)

Nick Gibb: ...rather than A-levels and GCSEs. Wary of the risk of being made to drink a shot of rum, the future of that qualification will depend on discussions with the European Schools system post Brexit. We want to go further to make sure that no one is left behind. We want to extend the free schools programme to areas of the country that have not previously benefited from it.

Grammar and Faith Schools (8 Nov 2016)

Nick Gibb: ...for Stroud (Neil Carmichael) mentioned alternative priorities for the Government. During his speech today and during the Select Committee hearings, he hinted that his alternative priority was Brexit, but he also mentioned the national funding formula, the transition from primary to secondary and post-16 literacy and numeracy. All three are priorities for this Government and we have taken...

Grammar and Faith Schools (8 Nov 2016)

Nick Gibb: At this time of Brexit, would my hon. Friend not share my worry that, of those level 5 pupils—those able children—leaving primary school who go to grammar school, 78% achieve the EBacc, including a foreign language, whereas only 52% of those who go to a non-selective school achieve the EBacc?

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