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The first round of the £5 million scheme was launched in June to bring in more people with diverse experiences into teaching

Ofqual's Summer Report concluded that the 2018 summer series of exams were successful, well planned, and effectively delivered, despite this year being the biggest year of reform.

The disadvantage gap index has shrunk by 13% since 2010 and 3% in the last year alone.

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has donated £50,000 to support disadvantaged students who study at Kensington Aldridge Academy, next to Grenfell Tower.

Ofqual is calling on awarding organisations to act on the findings of the report to address the risk of grade inflation in legacy qualifications.

The Mayor has launched a programme of air quality audits to help clean up air at nurseries in some of the most polluted parts of London.

The forum will talk about early years research and practice and help to shape Ofsted’s research programme.

A project to recruit more people from ethnic minorities into careers in early learning and childcare has been launched in Scotland.

The the £24 million Opportunity North East programme aims to tackle the issues holding back young people in the region.

Step Into the NHS aims to promote the breadth of careers available within the health service.

The pilot achieved over £35 million of savings and revenue generation opportunities in schools and academy trusts.

The DfE has launched a publication which shows what schools and social care can do to help vulnerable children benefit from a positive experience of education with better outcomes.

Sport England's survey finds that around 3 million children (43.3%) lead active lives, however of that group, only 1.2 million (17.5%) are meeting the Chief Medical Officer’s guidelines 

The Education Secretary Damian Hinds has set out the latest T Level action plan, which outlines the next seven T Level programmes to be taught from 2021

Thirty six colleges in England will receive funding totalling £5.5 million as part of the first round of the Strategic College Improvement Fund (SCIF) to improve standards.