Education timeline 2011 -15 print version march 2011

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In response to the considerable education reform occurring in the education sector currently, we at Shift Learning have put together a convenient, at-a-glance guide to what is happening in the changing educational sector and when.

This document was last updated on the 14th March 2011 and covers educational reform in early years, primary education, secondary education, vocational education as well as changes to Higher Education. Information is provided on everything from the changes occurring as a result of the Schools White Paper to the Education Bill and, of course, the impending alterations to university tuition fees and university research funding.

It is available in two versions:

a) as printable PPT slides that are editable for your own requirements (this version)
b) as fully animated power point slides that can be used for delivering presentations to your colleagues - can be downloaded from http://www.shift-learning.co.uk/useful-links/educational-timeline-2011-2015.html

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Education timeline 2011 -15 print version march 2011

  1. 1. Education Timeline 2011-2015 Developed by Shift Learning Last updated 14 th March 2011
  2. 2. 2011 - Detailed guidance published on the submissions and assessment criteria for application to the Research Excellence Framework (REF), replacing the RAE     Jan - EMA abolished Jan - EBacc qualification included in the 2010 Performance Tables Jan - Review of the 5 – 16 National Curriculums launched Jan - Education Bill 2010-2011 presented to Parliament March - Budget takes place on the 23rd March March - Universities to submit their 2012 student fee plans to the Office for Fair Access Feb - Second reading of the Education Bill April - Pupil Premium launched April - Local authorities required to introduce the Early Years Single Funding Formula (EYSFF) March- Wolf Report (Prof. Alison Wolf) published Spring - EYFSP review (Dame Clare Tickell) published June - Publication of Lord Bew’s report on KS2 testing, assessment and accountability Summer - Pilot of age six (yr 1) reading tests Sept – First University Technical College (UTC) opens in Walsall Sept – First Free Schools open March – SEN Green Paper Published 2011 Primary Primary & Secondary Secondary HE
  3. 3. Early 2012 - Public consultation on recommendations for new National Curriculum (including new Programmes of Study for English, mathematics, science and physical education) Spring - Ministers announce decisions on (1) the Programmes of Study for English, mathematics, science and physical education and (2) the other subjects to be included in the new National Curriculum Summer - Introduction of age six (yr 1) reading tests Sept - New Programmes of Study for English, mathematics, science and physical education made available to schools Sept - Any proposed changes as suggested in EYFSP report take effect Academic yr 2012/13 - Rise in universities’ undergraduate student fees 2012 Primary Primary & Secondary Secondary HE
  4. 4. Spring – Decisions about the Programmes of Study for all remaining subjects to be included in the National Curriculum announced Sept – Teaching of the new Programmes of Study for English, mathematics, science and physical education becomes statutory for maintained schools Sept – New Programmes of Study for all remaining subjects included in the new National Curriculum made available to schools Early 2013 – Public consultation on new Programmes of Study for all remaining subjects to be included in the National Curriculum 2013 – Universities invited to make submissions for consideration by the Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2013 – Age of participation in education or training raised to 17 Academic yr 2012/13 - Rise in universities’ undergraduate student fees 2013 Primary Primary & Secondary Secondary HE
  5. 5. 2014 – Assessment of submissions for REF takes place Sept – Teaching of the new Programmes of Study for all other subjects to be included in the National Curriculum becomes statutory in maintained schools 2015 – Age of participation in education or training raised to 18 2015 2014 Primary Primary & Secondary Secondary Combined

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