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  Early years reading review

Publish date: 20 March 2006
The final report of the review led by Jim Rose into early years reading has been published.... more »



  Youth matters: Next steps

Published: 08 March 2006

The Government response to the Youth green paper sets out that young people will have more choice and influence over the services they use.... more »



  Extended Schools – A Guide for Governors

Published: 01 March 2006

This guide gives an overview of extended schools from a governance perspective. It also contains case studies which examine different ways of delivering extended schools...... more »



  Trust schools

Published: 20 February 2006

A trust-schools prospectus and a briefing document on what trust schools have to offer have been launched.... more »



  The Education (Admission of Looked After Children) (England) Regulations 2006

Published: 16 February 2006

These Regulations came into force on 21 February 2006. They require admission authorities to give top priority for admission to looked-after children.... more »



  Governors’ guide to supporting looked-after learners

Publish date: 10 January 2006
This publication helps governors ensure that their schools are doing all they can to help children in care fulfil their potential and contribute to school life...... more »



  14–19 implementation plan

Published: 14 December 2005

The 14-19 education and Skills: Implementation plan was published 14 December. It sets out what the policy programme described in the 14-19 White Paper will mean in practice...... more »



  Extended-schools hotseat with Ruth Kelly

Published: 31 October 2005

The Guardian Education website hosted a live hotseat with Ruth Kelly. You can read the transcript on GovernorNet.... more »



  The Key Stage 2 Framework for Languages

Publish date: 27 October 2005
The National Languages Strategy 'Languages for All: Languages for Life' set out the Government's commitment to introduce an entitlement to language learning for every pupil throughout Key Stage 2 by 2010...... more »



  White paper: 'Higher standards, better schools for all'

Published: 25 October 2005

Find out more about the DfES schools white paper published on 25 October 2005. It sets out plans to radically improve the schools system.... more »


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