Heads warn the 'out-of-the-blue' changes, which include minimum teaching hours, are 'simply unrealistic'
School leaders warn councils making multi-million pound cuts to children's service is a 'sign that something is badly wrong'
It follows calls from a House of Lords committee to review destination measures
Children's commissioner tells MPs she'd like to use her statutory powers to get clear picture of practice in schools
DfE rejects calls to scrap the EBacc and for wider reform, but sets out some of its thinking on...
Exam board boss said they can 'create something better across education and assessment' in secondary schools
Consultation on plans warned of 'unintended consequences'
Jon Le Fevre will help the DfE explore whether schools should become a fourth safeguarding partner
Presentation seen by Schools Week shows a key pledge was a third below target with just five months to...