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Phonics screening data collection 2020: technical specification
Documentshttps://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/916598/thumbnail_Autumn_term_2020_Phonics_screening_check_technical_specification_1.0_.pdf.png Phonics screening check 2020: technical specification Ref: DfE-00006-2020PDF, 251KB, 20 pages Details This specification is intended for: [*]suppliers developing software for use in management information systems[*]local authorities collecting and submitting the phonics screening check data collection It contains: [*]the business rationale for the return[*]changes to the 2020 return[*]assessment module descriptions[*]methods for importing data into local authorities’ information systems[*]XML formats and messages[*]validation check information This guide must be read in conjunction with the current version of the common basic data set (CBDS). Source: CLICK to VIEW SOURC
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Phonics screening check data collection: guide to submitting data
Contents[*]Important dates[*]Submit your data[*]Collection documents[*]Do you need help?[*]Feedback The phonics screening check data collection is an annual statutory data collection that takes place each June. Local authorities must complete statutory data collections by law unless there’s a very good reason not to. In the 2020 to 2021 academic year only, schools must administer a past version of the check to year 2 pupils during the second half of the 2020 autumn term. This is due to the cancellation of the phonics screening check in June 2020. Schools should return results to DfE through their local authority. Phonics teaches people to read by relating sounds with letters and words. The phonics screening check is designed to check whether pupils understand phonics to an appropriate standard. You must submit phonics screening check assessment data for year 1 pupils in all: [*]schools maintained by the local authority[*]academies[*]free schools[*]special schools (schools for children with special educational needs or disabilities)Important dates Dates for the 2020 data collection: [*]collection opens - Monday 7 December 2020[*]deadline for submitting data - Friday 22 January 2021Submit your data You’ll need to: [*]register and log in with DfE Sign-in[*]use COLLECT to submit your data Please contact your school or local authority approver, if: [*]you want to request a DfE Sign-in username or password so you can access COLLECT[*]‘phonics screening check data’ is not on the list of collections you can see in COLLECTGet help using DfE Sign-in If you do not know who your approver is, please use the DfE Sign-in request form. If you’ve forgotten your password, use DfE Sign-in to reset it. You will need to click ‘Start now’ and then the ‘I’ve forgotten my password’ link. Note that we’ll only be able to change the status of your data submission to ‘authorised’ once you’ve cleared all errors in the data in COLLECT. Collection documents The following guides will help you complete the return: [*]guide for local authorities (to be added later)[*]technical specification[*]COLLECT guides for schools and LAsDo you need help?Submitting data Please use the service request form if you have any questions about your data. We aim to answer your question within 5 working days. Feedback Please use the feedback form if you have any comments about our data collection service, including COLLECT and the helpdesk service. Source: CLICK to VIEW SOURC
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Early career framework reforms: overview
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Guidance for full opening: special schools and other specialist settings
Documentshttps://www.gov.uk/assets/whitehall/pub-cover-html-b0465911e56983d98c70f0e25fba24bc206d37e8c83d4addf6421dcf6022c6cd.png Guidance for full opening: special schools and other specialist settings HTML Details This guidance applies from the start of the autumn term. It provides specific advice on approaches for reducing the risk of transmission of coronavirus (COVID-19) and other operational considerations that special educational settings should follow. It applies to: [*]special schools[*]special post-16 institutions (SPIs)[*]other specialist settings, such as hospital schools Source: CLICK to VIEW SOURC
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Guidance for schools: coronavirus (COVID-19)
Contents[*]Guidance for other providers[*]Day-to-day running of a school[*]Safe working and protective measures[*]Special educational needs and disability (SEND)[*]Remote education and online learning[*]Finance and administration[*]Accountability and data collections[*]Exams and assessments[*]Residential settings[*]Teacher training[*]Changes to regulations or legislationGuidance for parents and carers [*]Changes to schools and education during the coronavirus outbreak[*]Schools and childcare providers staying open for critical workers[*]Supporting your children’s education during coronavirus (COVID-19)[*]What parents and carers need to know about early years providers, schools and colleges in the autumn term Guidance for other providers [*]Early years and childcare: coronavirus (COVID-19)17 June 2020[*]Collection [*]Further and higher education: coronavirus (COVID-19)26 August 2020[*]Collection [*]Local authority children’s services: coronavirus (COVID-19)2 July 2020[*]Collection Day-to-day running of a school [*]Guidance for full opening: schools7 September 2020 [*]Providing school meals during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak28 August 2020[*]Guidance [*]COVID Summer Food Fund13 July 2020[*]Guidance [*]Recording attendance during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak27 August 2020[*]Guidance [*]School attendance: guidance for schools1 September 2020[*]Guidance [*]Changes to the school exclusion process during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak21 August 2020 Safe working and protective measures [*]Face coverings in education26 August 2020[*]Guidance [*]Coronavirus (COVID-19): home test kits for schools and FE providers26 August 2020[*]Guidance [*]Safe working in education, childcare and children’s social care21 July 2020[*]Guidance [*]Coronavirus (COVID-19): safer travel guidance for passengers21 August 2020[*]Guidance Special educational needs and disability (SEND) [*]Guidance for full opening: special schools and other specialist settings2 July 2020[*]Guidance [*]Education, health and care needs assessments and plans: guidance on temporary legislative changes relating to coronavirus (COVID-19)26 August 2020 Remote education and online learning [*]Get help with technology during coronavirus (COVID-19)7 August 2020[*]Guidance [*]Teaching during coronavirus (COVID-19)22 May 2020[*]Guidance [*]Online education resources for home learning24 June 2020[*]Guidance Finance and administration [*]Coronavirus (COVID-19) catch-up premium24 August 2020[*]Guidance [*]Changes to the admission appeals regulations during the coronavirus outbreak22 April 2020 [*]Coronavirus (COVID-19): financial support for education, early years and children’s social care9 July 2020[*]Guidance [*]Coronavirus (COVID-19): assessment processes for selective school admissions24 July 2020[*]Guidance [*]Coronavirus (COVID-19): changes to faith school admission arrangements24 July 2020[*]Guidance Accountability and data collections [*]Coronavirus (COVID-19): reducing burdens on educational and care settings21 August 2020[*]Guidance [*]Coronavirus (COVID-19): school and college performance measures8 April 2020[*]Guidance [*]School governance update17 July 2020[*]Correspondence Exams and assessments [*]Responsibility for autumn exams7 September 2020[*]Guidance [*]Taking exams during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak27 August 2020[*]Guidance [*]School reports on pupil performance: guide for headteachers18 June 2020[*]Guidance Residential settings [*]Coronavirus (COVID-19): guidance on isolation for residential educational settings20 July 2020[*]Guidance Teacher training [*]Coronavirus (COVID-19): initial teacher training (ITT)2 September 2020[*]Guidance [*]Induction for newly qualified teachers during the coronavirus outbreak13 August 2020[*]Guidance Changes to regulations or legislation [*]Disapplication notice: school inspections legislation changes28 August 2020[*]Decision [*]Modification notice: school registration legislation changes28 August 2020[*]Decision Source: CLICK to VIEW SOURC
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Key stage 4 performance 2019 (revised)
Documentshttps://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/863815/thumbnail_2019_KS4_revised_text.pdf.png Main text PDF, 649KB, 17 pages This file may not be suitable for users of assistive technology.Request an accessible format. https://www.gov.uk/assets/whitehall/pub-cover-spreadsheet-471052e0d03e940bbc62528a05ac204a884b553e4943e63c8bffa6b8baef8967.png National tables MS Excel Spreadsheet, 2.18MB This file may not be suitable for users of assistive technology.Request an accessible format. https://www.gov.uk/assets/whitehall/pub-cover-spreadsheet-471052e0d03e940bbc62528a05ac204a884b553e4943e63c8bffa6b8baef8967.png National characteristics tables MS Excel Spreadsheet, 6.06MB This file may not be suitable for users of assistive technology.Request an accessible format. https://www.gov.uk/assets/whitehall/pub-cover-spreadsheet-471052e0d03e940bbc62528a05ac204a884b553e4943e63c8bffa6b8baef8967.png National data MS Excel Spreadsheet, 1.81MB This file may not be suitable for users of assistive technology.Request an accessible format. https://www.gov.uk/assets/whitehall/pub-cover-spreadsheet-471052e0d03e940bbc62528a05ac204a884b553e4943e63c8bffa6b8baef8967.png National characteristics data MS Excel Spreadsheet, 454KB This file may not be suitable for users of assistive technology.Request an accessible format. https://www.gov.uk/assets/whitehall/pub-cover-spreadsheet-471052e0d03e940bbc62528a05ac204a884b553e4943e63c8bffa6b8baef8967.png Local authority data MS Excel Spreadsheet, 1.87MB This file may not be suitable for users of assistive technology.Request an accessible format. https://www.gov.uk/assets/whitehall/pub-cover-spreadsheet-471052e0d03e940bbc62528a05ac204a884b553e4943e63c8bffa6b8baef8967.png Local authority characteristics data MS Excel Spreadsheet, 3.63MB This file may not be suitable for users of assistive technology.Request an accessible format. https://www.gov.uk/assets/whitehall/pub-cover-spreadsheet-471052e0d03e940bbc62528a05ac204a884b553e4943e63c8bffa6b8baef8967.png Subject data MS Excel Spreadsheet, 2.07MB This file may not be suitable for users of assistive technology.Request an accessible format. https://www.gov.uk/assets/whitehall/pub-cover-spreadsheet-471052e0d03e940bbc62528a05ac204a884b553e4943e63c8bffa6b8baef8967.png Subject time series data MS Excel Spreadsheet, 2.67MB This file may not be suitable for users of assistive technology.Request an accessible format. https://www.gov.uk/assets/whitehall/pub-cover-spreadsheet-471052e0d03e940bbc62528a05ac204a884b553e4943e63c8bffa6b8baef8967.png Alternative provision data MS Excel Spreadsheet, 1.74MB This file may not be suitable for users of assistive technology.Request an accessible format. https://www.gov.uk/assets/whitehall/pub-cover-spreadsheet-471052e0d03e940bbc62528a05ac204a884b553e4943e63c8bffa6b8baef8967.png Pupil residency and school location data MS Excel Spreadsheet, 1.87MB This file may not be suitable for users of assistive technology.Request an accessible format. https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/863129/thumbnail_2019_KS4_Revised_Methodology.pdf.png KS4 methodology PDF, 422KB, 33 pages This file may not be suitable for users of assistive technology.Request an accessible format. https://www.gov.uk/assets/whitehall/pub-cover-spreadsheet-471052e0d03e940bbc62528a05ac204a884b553e4943e63c8bffa6b8baef8967.png How to use KS4 performance data MS Excel Spreadsheet, 2.55MB This file may not be suitable for users of assistive technology.Request an accessible format. https://www.gov.uk/assets/whitehall/pub-cover-html-b0465911e56983d98c70f0e25fba24bc206d37e8c83d4addf6421dcf6022c6cd.png Pre-release access list HTML Details This statistical release provides information on the achievements in GCSE examinations and other qualifications of young people in academic year 2018 to 2019. This typically covers those starting the academic year aged 15. The information is from data collated for the 2018 to 2019 secondary school performance tables (key stage 4). Attainment statistics team [email protected] Source: CLICK to VIEW SOURC
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Initial teacher training (ITT): criteria and supporting advice
Documentshttps://www.gov.uk/assets/whitehall/pub-cover-html-b0465911e56983d98c70f0e25fba24bc206d37e8c83d4addf6421dcf6022c6cd.png Initial teacher training (ITT): criteria and supporting advice HTML Details Temporary version amended in light of coronavirus (COVID-19). This document temporarily replaces the previous version published 4 June 2020. This guidance is for: [*]accredited ITT providers and their partner schools[*]organisations seeking ITT accreditation[*]Ofsted This guidance sets out what accredited ITT providers must do to comply with the law. You should follow the guidance unless you have a very good reason not to. Source: CLICK to VIEW SOURC
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Get laptops and tablets for children who cannot attend school due to coronavirus
Contents[*]Information for parents and carers[*]Information for schools, academy trusts and local authorities The Department for Education (DfE) is providing laptops and tablets to help children and families access remote education during coronavirus (COVID-19). This offer is in addition to more than 220,000 laptops and tablets, and more than 50,000 4G wireless routers, already distributed between May and July 2020 by DfE to local authorities and trusts for pupils in year 10, care leavers and young people with a social worker. Devices will be available for disadvantaged children in years 3 to 11 and those in any year group who are affected by disruption to face to face education at their school, or have been advised to shield because they are clinically extremely vulnerable. We’re also helping children who need an internet connection to get online. Information for parents and carers Parents, carers and pupils cannot apply for internet access or digital devices through this scheme themselves. You should contact your school to discuss your requirements for accessing remote education. Support for children with special educational needs and disabilities is available through Family Fund. 16 to 19 year olds from disadvantaged households may be eligible for support through the 16 to 19 Bursary Fund. Information for schools, academy trusts and local authorities Read information, guidance and support for teachers and leaders on educating children during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. In the event of disruption to face to face education at schools due to coronavirus (COVID-19), DfE can provide support to help disadvantaged children and young people who are otherwise unable to access remote education. Examples of this include disadvantaged children: [*]with no digital devices in their household[*]whose only available device is a smartphone[*]with a single device in their household that’s being shared with more than one other family member[*]who do not have a fixed broadband connection at home Schools, maintained schools, academy trusts and hospital schools, as well as further education providers who have enrolled 14 to 16 year olds, are included within this offer. They will receive an allocation of devices to be used to support disadvantaged pupils in the following groups if they do not have access to a digital device through other means: [*]pupils in years 3 to 11[*]clinically extremely vulnerable children across all year groups who are shielding on official advice[*]children in all year groups unable to access remote education whilst attending school on a hospital site Orders can be placed when: [*]face to face education within a school is disrupted following official advice[*]a school supports a clinically extremely vulnerable child who is shielding following official advice[*]a school is supporting disadvantaged children who live in an area subject to local restrictions which means they’re unable to attend The criteria for device allocations will be continually reviewed to ensure support is offered in the most effective way in relation to the extent of lockdown restrictions and the number of devices available. Young people in years 12 and 13 are not included within this scheme. These students may be eligible for support through the 16 to 19 Bursary Fund. Support is available to families through Family Fund for specialist equipment for children who have special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). How digital devices can be requested Local authorities and academy trusts in England are being contacted to request details of people within each school who would be responsible for placing orders if required. Local authorities and academy trusts will have the option to manage the ordering process on behalf of the schools they are responsible for. All nominated contacts will receive detailed instructions for how to place an order. Allocation of devices will be assessed at the time of ordering based on availability and the extent of coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions. To minimise disruption for those requiring access to remote education, devices will be delivered to schools within 2 working days of an order being confirmed, subject to stock availability. Once delivered by DfE, all devices will be fully owned by the schools or academy trusts who receive them. It will be the responsibility of the school to loan the devices to those who need them. We’re also helping children who need an internet connection to get online. Device setup and management Software and security options will be available at the time of ordering that will ensure: [*]devices are set up to access remote education. Through The Key for School Leaders, schools can access a grant offer for free set up of either G Suite for Education or Office 365 and Teams for Education.[*]appropriate safeguarding controls and support are in place to help children and families use devices safely. Should an issue arise with a faulty device, instructions will be provided with each device explaining how to arrange a repair or replacement under warranty terms. Help and support with technology is available through the EdTech Demonstrator Programme, providing access to a network of schools and colleges who are already using remote education technology resources. Getting devices to children and young people After receiving your devices and preparing them for use by children, you can: [*]arrange for them to be collected by families from school[*]organise for them to be delivered to children’s and care leavers’ homes All distribution and return of loan devices should be done in accordance with the social distancing guidelines relevant to your local area. Source: CLICK to VIEW SOURC
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Early adopter schools: EYFS framework
Documentshttps://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/896810/thumbnail_EYFS_Early_Adopter_Framework.pdf.png Early adopter schools: framework for the early years foundation stage Ref: DfE-00105-2020PDF, 479KB, 43 pages https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/914443/thumbnail_Development_Matters_-_Non-statutory_curriculum_guidance_for_the_early_years_foundation_stage__1_.pdf.png New Development Matters: non statutory curriculum guidance for the early years foundation stage Ref: DfE-00150-2020PDF, 931KB, 77 pages Details The framework is for schools participating in the EYFS reforms early adopter year from September 2020 to August 2021. All other schools and childcare providers should follow the early years foundation stage statutory framework (EYFS). The non statutory curriculum guidance supports the delivery of the revised early years foundation stage statutory framework. It offers a top-level view of how children develop and learn, and guides, but does not replace, professional judgement. The guidance can be used by schools participating in the EYFS reforms early adopter year to support changing their curriculum and practice. Those who are not early adopters may find some elements of this guidance useful, but they will still need to follow the existing EYFS framework until statutory roll out of the reforms in September 2021. Source: CLICK to VIEW SOURC
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Data protection: privacy notice model documents
Documentshttps://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/914622/thumbnail_Privacy_notice_guide_v1.2.pdf.png Explanation of privacy notices Ref: DFE-00151-2020PDF, 291KB, 26 pages https://www.gov.uk/assets/whitehall/pub-cover-doc-afe3b0a8a9511beeca890340170aee8b5649413f948e512c9b8ce432d8513d32.png Privacy notice: suggested text for pupils ODT, 30.7KB This file is in an OpenDocument format https://www.gov.uk/assets/whitehall/pub-cover-doc-afe3b0a8a9511beeca890340170aee8b5649413f948e512c9b8ce432d8513d32.png Privacy notice: suggested text for pupils MS Word Document, 52.4KB https://www.gov.uk/assets/whitehall/pub-cover-doc-afe3b0a8a9511beeca890340170aee8b5649413f948e512c9b8ce432d8513d32.png Privacy notice: suggested text for school workforce ODT, 25.2KB This file is in an OpenDocument format https://www.gov.uk/assets/whitehall/pub-cover-doc-afe3b0a8a9511beeca890340170aee8b5649413f948e512c9b8ce432d8513d32.png Privacy notice: suggested text for school workforce MS Word Document, 49.8KB https://www.gov.uk/assets/whitehall/pub-cover-doc-afe3b0a8a9511beeca890340170aee8b5649413f948e512c9b8ce432d8513d32.png Privacy notice: suggested text for school and trust governance roles ODT, 27.1KB This file is in an OpenDocument format https://www.gov.uk/assets/whitehall/pub-cover-doc-afe3b0a8a9511beeca890340170aee8b5649413f948e512c9b8ce432d8513d32.png Privacy notice: suggested text for school and trust governance roles MS Word Document, 42.1KB https://www.gov.uk/assets/whitehall/pub-cover-doc-afe3b0a8a9511beeca890340170aee8b5649413f948e512c9b8ce432d8513d32.png Privacy notice: suggested web text for a local authority ODT, 30.7KB This file is in an OpenDocument format https://www.gov.uk/assets/whitehall/pub-cover-doc-afe3b0a8a9511beeca890340170aee8b5649413f948e512c9b8ce432d8513d32.png Privacy notice: suggested web text for a local authority MS Word Document, 51.9KB https://www.gov.uk/assets/whitehall/pub-cover-doc-afe3b0a8a9511beeca890340170aee8b5649413f948e512c9b8ce432d8513d32.png Privacy notice: suggested text for looked-after children and children in need ODT, 30.4KB This file is in an OpenDocument format https://www.gov.uk/assets/whitehall/pub-cover-doc-afe3b0a8a9511beeca890340170aee8b5649413f948e512c9b8ce432d8513d32.png Privacy notice: suggested text for looked-after children and children in need MS Word Document, 51KB https://www.gov.uk/assets/whitehall/pub-cover-doc-afe3b0a8a9511beeca890340170aee8b5649413f948e512c9b8ce432d8513d32.png Privacy notice: how we use employee information ODT, 32.6KB This file is in an OpenDocument format https://www.gov.uk/assets/whitehall/pub-cover-doc-afe3b0a8a9511beeca890340170aee8b5649413f948e512c9b8ce432d8513d32.png Privacy notice: how we use employee information MS Word Document, 34.2KB Details Providing accessible information to individuals about the use of personal data is a key element of the Data Protection Act 2018 and General Data Protection Regulation. The most common way to provide information is through a privacy notice. The department provides suggested wording that schools and local authorities may wish to use. You must review and amend to reflect local needs and circumstances, as you will process data that is not solely for use within data collections. You can issue privacy notices in a number of ways, for example on your website, or within: [*]induction packs[*]staff contracts[*]information about social services Source: CLICK to VIEW SOURC
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Common basic data set (CBDS): requests for change (RFC) 2020
Documentshttps://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/914615/thumbnail_CBDS_RFC_1143_additional_exclusion_reason.pdf.png RFC 1143: additional exclusion reasons PDF, 142KB, 5 pages https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/914612/thumbnail_CBDS_RFC_1140_-_Sessions_not_attending_in_circumstances_relating_to_coronavirus.pdf.png RFC 1140: sessions not attending in circumstances relating to coronavirus (COVID-19) PDF, 182KB, 5 pages https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/879363/thumbnail_CBDS_RFC_1134_-_Exclusion_reasons.pdf.png RFC 1134: exclusion reasons PDF, 181KB, 4 pages https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/866875/thumbnail_CBDS_RFC_1130_-_Aggregate_number_of_sessions.pdf.png RFC 1130: aggregate number of sessions PDF, 183KB, 5 pages https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/866876/thumbnail_CBDS_RFC_1126_-English_GCSE_prior_attainment.pdf.png RFC 1126: English GCSE prior attainment PDF, 190KB, 4 pages https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/866877/thumbnail_CBDS_RFC_1125_-Attendance_changes.pdf.png RFC 1125: attendance changes PDF, 208KB, 5 pages https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/866878/thumbnail_CBDS_RFC_1124_-Exclusion_codeset.pdf.png RFC 1124: exclusion codeset PDF, 183KB, 5 pages https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/866879/thumbnail_CBDS_RFC_1123_-_T-Level_data_items.pdf.png RFC 1123: T-Level data items PDF, 214KB, 7 pages https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/866880/thumbnail_CBDS_RFC_1120_-_EHC_Plan.pdf.png RFC 1120: EHC plan PDF, 163KB, 4 pages https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/866881/thumbnail_CBDS_RFC_1109_-_CIN_census_2020_to_2021_-_assessment_code_set.pdf.png RFC 1109: CIN census 2020 to 2021 assessment code set PDF, 238KB, 8 pages Details These files contain information for suppliers developing software and management information systems (MIS) for local authorities and schools. The CBDS database is also available. Source: CLICK to VIEW SOURC
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Common basic data set (CBDS): database
Documentshttps://www.gov.uk/assets/whitehall/pub-cover-spreadsheet-471052e0d03e940bbc62528a05ac204a884b553e4943e63c8bffa6b8baef8967.png CBDS database ODS, 870KB This file is in an OpenDocument format https://www.gov.uk/assets/whitehall/pub-cover-spreadsheet-471052e0d03e940bbc62528a05ac204a884b553e4943e63c8bffa6b8baef8967.png CBDS database MS Excel Spreadsheet, 1.17MB https://www.gov.uk/assets/whitehall/pub-cover-spreadsheet-471052e0d03e940bbc62528a05ac204a884b553e4943e63c8bffa6b8baef8967.png CBDS other data items (reference only) ODS, 286KB This file is in an OpenDocument format This file may not be suitable for users of assistive technology.Request an accessible format. https://www.gov.uk/assets/whitehall/pub-cover-spreadsheet-471052e0d03e940bbc62528a05ac204a884b553e4943e63c8bffa6b8baef8967.png CBDS other data items (reference only) MS Excel Spreadsheet, 1.08MB This file may not be suitable for users of assistive technology.Request an accessible format. Details The CBDS is a file containing definitions for common data items that schools and local authorities use in certain software systems, for example school management information systems. The CBDS also gives information on the structure of other Department for Education data collections. You should refer to the CBDS when reading any data collection specifications. The CBDS spreadsheet organises definitions through: [*]CBDS levels, for example pupil and school[*]CBDS modules, for example school characteristics[*]data items (for example ethnicity) and the code set defining them You can filter the spreadsheet to provide data items relevant to a particular collection. We regularly update the CBDS, publishing any changes, along with the reasons for them, as request for change documents. Source: CLICK to VIEW SOURC
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Service pupil premium (SPP): information for schools
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Claim a payment for teaching maths or physics
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Teachers: claim back your student loan repayments
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Public sector apprenticeship target
Documentshttps://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/914028/thumbnail_Meeting_the_Public_Sector_Apprenticeship_Target_September_2020.pdf.png Meeting the public sector apprenticeship target Ref: DfE-00149-2020PDF, 171KB, 12 pages https://www.gov.uk/assets/whitehall/pub-cover-spreadsheet-471052e0d03e940bbc62528a05ac204a884b553e4943e63c8bffa6b8baef8967.png Guide list of public sector bodies in scope MS Excel Spreadsheet, 114KB This file may not be suitable for users of assistive technology.Request an accessible format. https://www.gov.uk/assets/whitehall/pub-cover-spreadsheet-471052e0d03e940bbc62528a05ac204a884b553e4943e63c8bffa6b8baef8967.png Guide list of public sector bodies in scope ODS, 78.5KB This file is in an OpenDocument format This file may not be suitable for users of assistive technology.Request an accessible format. Details This statutory guidance applies to most public bodies with 250 or more staff in England. This includes: [*]schools and academy trusts[*]local authorities[*]central government and arm’s length bodies[*]NHS organisations[*]the armed forces[*]emergency services[*]any other body that may be in scope of the target It outlines how these public bodies should: [*]aim to meet the public sector apprenticeship target[*]use the data publication and apprenticeship activity return to report their progress towards meeting the target The list is a guide to the scope of the public sector apprenticeship target and which bodies must follow the target. Due to factors including limitations in the data available, this is not a definitive list for determining the coverage of the target. Statutory guidance sets out what public bodies must do to comply with the law. You should follow the guidance unless you have a very good reason not to. Source: CLICK to VIEW SOURC
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Coronavirus (COVID-19): initial teacher training (ITT)
Documentshttps://www.gov.uk/assets/whitehall/pub-cover-html-b0465911e56983d98c70f0e25fba24bc206d37e8c83d4addf6421dcf6022c6cd.png Coronavirus (COVID-19): initial teacher training (ITT) HTML Details Guidance for ITT providers with courses affected by coronavirus (COVID-19). It covers: [*]extending courses[*]managing courses for trainees in the 2020 to 2021 academic year[*]recruitment and selection[*]trainees from overseas[*]entry requirements for 2020 to 2021 Read the initial teacher training criteria. Source: CLICK to VIEW SOURC
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Creating a culture: a review of behaviour management in schools
Documentshttps://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/602487/thumbnail_Tom_Bennett_Independent_Review_of_Behaviour_in_Schools.pdf.png Creating a culture: how school leaders can optimise behaviour Ref: DFE-00059-2017PDF, 3.33MB, 76 pages https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/602692/thumbnail_Government_Response_Letter_-_Tom_Bennett_Behaviour_in_Schools_Review.pdf.png Government response letter to Tom Bennett's behaviour in schools review PDF, 341KB, 6 pages Details This review highlights strategies that school leaders can use for managing classroom disruption, working with staff, developing rules and policies, using school premises and internal inclusion units. More information There’s further guidance and resources, like checklists and tools, at behaviour and discipline in schools. Source: CLICK to VIEW SOURC
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Teacher subject specialism training (TSST): course directory
Documentshttps://www.gov.uk/assets/whitehall/pub-cover-html-b0465911e56983d98c70f0e25fba24bc206d37e8c83d4addf6421dcf6022c6cd.png Teacher subject specialism training (TSST) directory HTML Details Use this list to find teacher subject specialism training (TSST) courses in your region. There’s separate guidance on the TSST programme, including eligibility information. Source: CLICK to VIEW SOURC
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Providing apprenticeships during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak
Documentshttps://www.gov.uk/assets/whitehall/pub-cover-html-b0465911e56983d98c70f0e25fba24bc206d37e8c83d4addf6421dcf6022c6cd.png Guidance for apprentices, employers, training providers, end-point assessment organisations (EPAOs) and external quality assurance providers about changes to apprenticeships due to coronavirus (COVID-19) HTML Details This document sets out guidance for apprentices, employers, training providers and assessment organisations in response to the impact of coronavirus (COVID-19). It outlines the changes that the Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) is making to the apprenticeship programme during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Our information should be read alongside: [*]guidance on financial support for businesses during coronavirus (COVID-19) - the salary support for furloughed employees, also applies to apprentices[*]articles on the apprenticeship service for employers, training providers and end-point assessment organisations[*]articles on the apprenticeship service for apprentices[*]guidance from the Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education (IFATE) on the delivery of assessment Source: CLICK to VIEW SOURC
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