The Education Bill was introduced into the House of Commons on Wednesday 26 January 2011. It then passed to the House of Lords on Thursday 12 May and passed its second reading there on Tuesday 14 June. It is now in Lords Committee. The Bill is an important step in implementing the Government’s education reform programme and helping to create an education system that delivers ever higher standards for all children.
Information on the Education Bill, with links to relevant legislation and documents.
General article 01 July 2011
Download copies of keeling schedules in relation to the Education Bill.
General article 06 September 2011
Letters from the Department for Education to members of the House of Lords during the passage of the Education Bill through Parliament.
General article 22 July 2011
Letters from the Department for Education to the Education Bill Committee.
General article 12 July 2011
Draft regulations and policy statements for delegated powers as sent to the Commons Bill Committee.
General article 08 June 2011
The Bill has now completed the House of Commons stages of its passage. You can read about what was debated and what changed here.
General article 24 May 2011
Answers to frequently asked questions about the Education Bill.
FAQ 03 March 2011