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Education and skills matter to us all, determining our opportunities as individuals, the growth of our businesses and the productivity of the wider economy.
A range of measures have been announced by government today, Monday 4 May, to protect students and the higher education sector from the impact of coronavirus.
UKRI is providing regular updates on the impact of COVID-19 on UKRI-supported research and innovation communities through our guidance page on the UKRI website.
This is the website for information about the Further Education and Training sector in England. Here you will find information about becoming a teacher, incentives for training, qualifications, the Society for Education and Training (SET), the variety of the sector and most of what you need to know as a new entrant or an existing worker.
If there is anything you do not understand and want some more information and advice, just get in touch: we are here to help – 0300 303 1877 or email [email protected]
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Pupils in ISC schools account for around 80% of the total number of pupils in independent schools in the UK. The UK independent sector as a whole educates around 630,000 children in around 2,500 schools.