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Ben Bradley: To ask the Secretary of State for Education, what proportion of (a) all children and (b) children eligible for free school meals reached a Good level of development aged five in Mansfield in each of the last three years.
Sharon Hodgson: ...she will take steps to ensure that after the full roll-out of universal credit no person has their benefits sanctioned in the event that they (a) reduce their earnings to claim entitlement to free school meals or (b) decide not to increase their earnings in order to avoid losing entitlement to free school meals and either option leaves them better off overall.
Sharon Hodgson: To ask the Secretary of State for Education, if she will take steps to ensure that after the full roll-out of universal credit no child loses their entitlement to free school meals as a result of fluctuating earnings when their overall earnings are under £7,400 in a given year.
Sharon Hodgson: To ask the Secretary of State for Education, what progress his Department has made on the School Food Plan.
Anne Milton: ...maths. For that reason, we have strengthened the national curriculum to focus on developing reading and writing ability and put phonics at its heart. I pay tribute to my right hon. Friend the Minister for School Standards, who is passionate about this and has done so much work and driven through so much change. Phonics is an important approach to the teaching of reading and some aspects of...
Tavish Scott: I welcome that last point. However, the cabinet secretary will recognise that the allocation of PEF is based on eligibility for free school meals and that, in some areas of Scotland—rural and isolated areas, in particular—use of that mechanism can be difficult because of the stigma that is attached to eligibility for free meals. How does he plan to address that point?
Alison Harris: ...involving adults, excessive consumption has led to death. Children and teenagers are being deceived into drinking large cans of energy drinks, thinking that they will improve their performance at school or during a sports event. In reality, energy drinks are more likely to increase their risk of developing obesity, type 2 diabetes or dental cavities, which will have lifelong implications...
Cat Smith: ...the Minister for the Cabinet Office, how many youth democracy ambassadors have been recruited for the Suffrage Centenary Programme; and how many youth democracy ambassadors are in receipt of free school meals.
Lord Watson of Invergowrie: ...8220;data release” and the idea that comment on it was responsible for dissuading students from applying to university. I certainly accept, as was referred to by the noble Baroness, Lady Garden, that schools need to do more for the students in terms of raising aspiration. But is the noble Baroness, Lady Deech, suggesting that information on admissions should somehow be suppressed?...
Sam Gyimah: ...The breakdown of higher education enrolments in music subjects by ethnic group is included in the tables attached; undergraduate and postgraduate enrolments have been provided separately. The free school meals status of all students (all domiciles, all ages) who enrolled onto music subjects is not available. 149622_149625_enrolments_in_music_subjects (Word Document, 47.5 KB)
Kevin Brennan: To ask the Secretary of State for Education, how many students (a) in total and (b) eligible for free school meals took GCSE Music in each year since 2010.
Kevin Brennan: To ask the Secretary of State for Education, how many students (a) in total and (b) eligible for free school meals took A Level Music in each year since 2010.
Kevin Brennan: To ask the Secretary of State for Education, what estimate his Department has made of the number of students (a) in total and (b) eligible for free school meals who studied music in higher education in each year since 2010.
Aileen Campbell: ...measures will be legislation to reduce junk food marketing. Yesterday, the Deputy First Minister launched a consultation on proposed amendments to the Nutritional Requirements for Food and Drink in Schools (Scotland) Regulations 2008. Although we have high and internationally admired nutritional standards for our school meals, we want to go further. Our proposals are based on the latest...
Fergus Ewing: ..., and tackling it is a priority for us all. Farmers play a direct part in addressing that by contributing food for the nation. I am engaged in working with and encouraging public bodies, including schools, to ensure as far as possible that food is procured locally for school meals, for example. Some local authorities have had enormous success in that, and the proportion of food that is...
Michelle Ballantyne: ...the Scottish Conservatives, because volunteering has always been and continues to be at the heart of my life. I grew up in a household with a mother who volunteered as a hospital visitor and with meals on wheels, local opera groups and sports teams, to name but a few examples. I started volunteering when I was at primary school. I helped in the Sunday school and participated in village...
Jim Cunningham: To ask the Secretary of State for Education, how many primary school pupils received a free school meal in England in 2017.
Angela Rayner: ..., further to his oral contribution of 26 March 2018, Official Report, column 505, when his Department plans to publish the evidential basis on which 50,000 more children would be eligible for free school meals.
Paul Blomfield: To ask the Secretary of State for Education, pursuant to the oral Answer of the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions of 26 March 2018 on Eligibility Threshold for Free School Meals, when his Department plans to publish the evidential basis for the number of children that will benefit from a taxpayer-funded free school meal by 2022 under universal credit.