News

Revealed: The winners and losers in the £170m Institutes of Technology competition

The Department for Education has today unveiled the colleges and universities in line for a share of £170m in...

Jessica Fino
Jessica Fino
News

Ofsted watch: UTC jumps from ‘inadequate’ to ‘good’

A university technical college was celebrating this week after it climbed its way up from ‘inadequate’ to ‘good’, while...

Jessica Fino
Jessica Fino
News

Revealed: The 16 members of the ‘College of the Future’ commission

The 16 people that will form an independent commission to set out a “new vision” for colleges in England,...

Jessica Fino
Jessica Fino
News

Half of college strikes planned for this week called off

Half of the 10 strikes planned at colleges across the country this week have either been suspended or called...

Jessica Fino
Jessica Fino
News

AoC fears college apprenticeships market share will shrink further

The Association of Colleges has warned that colleges’ share of the apprenticeship market will continue to shrink, after FE...

Jude Burke
Jude Burke
News

Thousands march on parliament to protest for fair college funding

Thousands of learners, staff and leaders marched on parliament today in “the most amazing show by colleges ever” to...

Jude Burke
Jude Burke
News

Colleges to march on parliament in funding protest

Up to 3,000 people are expected to march on parliament on Wednesday to demand more funding for colleges. The...

Jude Burke
Jude Burke
Opinion

Colleges Week should be a celebration with three messages for the chancellor

Having spent more than seven happy years working for a large college in South East London I have seen...

Nick Linford
NICK LINFORD
News

We need more core funding not ‘initiative mania’, sector leaders tell MPs

Sector leaders have made an impassioned plea to MPs for the government to “stop the initiative mania” and focus...

Jude Burke
Jude Burke