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- A world-class mathematics education: report summary
- Alternative provision: statutory guidance
- Changes to A-levels and post-16 provision updated
- Comparison of the current and new National Curriculum
- Draft SEN Code of Practice (2014): early years provision
- Draft SEN Code of Practice (2014): implications for schools
- Education Act 2011: summary
- Equality Act 2010
- Equality Act 2010: reasonable adjustment
- Every Child Matters (ECM): has it been replaced?
- Exclusion process: what changes have been made?
- EYFS baseline assessment from September 2015
- Interim executive boards: has the legislation changed?
- Keeping Children Safe in Education: summary
- Legislation and government plans: impact on teaching and learning
- New procedures regulations for governing bodies
- Property data survey programme
- Raising the participation age: responsibilities for schools
- Reform of provision for children and young people with SEN
- Reforms to GCSEs
- Searching pupils and confiscation: the law
- SEN policies and legislation: a history
- SEN reforms: what impact will they have on special schools?
- Technical Baccalaureate
- The Children and Families Act 2014: impact on primary schools
- The draft SEND Code of Practice (2014): a summary updated
- The Education (Pupil Registration) (England) Regulations 2006
- The importance of teaching: government white paper 2010
- The Scottish education system: curriculum and structure
- Upcoming changes in education: timeline
- What are the top issues for primary school leaders?
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- What will replace National Curriculum levels?
- Working Together to Safeguard Children: summary
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Legislation and government plans: impact on teaching and learning
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