To confidently support your child at school, it helps to be familiar with the educational landscape, the curriculum and what's expected of your child. The school should share some of this information with you, but in a quickly evolving educational landscape, our guides will also help you keep up-to-date.
Please note: education is devolved to each of the countries that make up the United Kingdom, and the systems in each nation do vary. The UK Government is responsible for education in England, with the Scottish Government, Welsh Government and Northern Ireland Executive being responsible for education in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland respectively. See information specific to Wales and to Northern Ireland.
The lowdown on how GCSE grades are changing for all students.
Find out how the Pupil Premium Grant (PPG) works, and how schools use it.
Find out why schools are converting to academies, and what it means for you.
What do you need to know when you're applying for a school place?
Our guide to the controversial new funding formula for schools in England.
We explain when and why English children sit SATs, and what they actually involve.
What are Ofsted looking for when they grade schools, and what do their ratings mean?
When it comes to education, what are parents required to do, and what can they expect in return?
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