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Lords debates music education
Members discuss the National Plan for Music Education. Catch up
10 November 2022
Lords debates education
Members discuss The Times Education Commission report. Catch up
14 October 2022
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Lords continues further scrutiny of Schools Bill at report stage
Members discuss making defibrillators available in schools and more as detailed examination continues. Catch up
19 July 2022
Lords debates multi-academy trusts
Members consider impact on the education of young people. Catch up
07 April 2022
Three private members' bills in the Lords
Members discuss hereditary peers, cigarette health warnings and addition of environment to the national curriculum. Catch up
06 December 2021
Supporting pupils’ recovery from the pandemic – Education Committee inquiry on Government’s catch-up programme
The Education Committee is holding a short inquiry on the Government’s education catch-up programme
03 December 2021
Lords debates government policy on new teachers
Initial Teacher Training, recruitment and the supply of teachers on the agenda. Catch up
19 November 2021
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Education Committee examines the state of teaching in England’s prisons
The Education Committee question Ofsted and teaching providers
17 September 2021
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Lords debates private members’ bills at second reading
Members discuss proposed laws on employment rights for workers, state school assemblies and entry into the UK for refugee family members. Learn more
13 September 2021
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Lords debates private members’ bills
Members discuss elderly social care, organ tourism and environment education. Catch up
19 July 2021
Teachers and doctors must be equipped for the digital world
The COVID-19 Committee has written to the Secretaries of State for Health and Education about the lack of IT equipment and training for GPs and teachers.
18 June 2021
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Gavin Williamson MP and Ofsted give evidence in accountability hearings
Secretary of State Gavin Williamson and Ofsted’s Chief Inspector of Schools Amanda Spielman give evidence.
10 June 2021
Experts give evidence on prison education
Education Committee to question charities, governors’ association and Open University on learning in custody
28 May 2021
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