News briefing: 5-9 october

In the news this week: the KS1 and KS2 assessment and reporting arrangements for 2016 have been published, Nicky Morgan has suggested schools should be able to move teachers into lower pay ranges, and David Cameron has announced that truancy fines will be deducted from the benefits of parents who don't pay them.

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  1. Need-to-know updates
  2. News round-up
  3. From our blog

Need-to-know updates

  • The Standards and Testing Agency has published the assessment and reporting arrangements for KS1 and KS2 National Curriculum tests for 2015/16 The Key
  • Nicky Morgan has announced that schools will be expected to consider parents' requests for before- and after-school and holiday care The Key

News round-up

Curriculum and assessment

A former Eton

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