Summarise the Roles and Responsibilities of National and Local Goverment for Education Policy and Practice
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JANET MACDONALD CACHE LEVEL 3 SUPPORTING TEACHING AND
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Summarise the roles and responsibilities of national and local government for education policy and practice
National government are responsible for devising policies and ensuring that they are implemented. The UK government is split into two departments that deal with education in England. The first is the Department for Education who work with children aged up to 19, with any issues they may have from child protection to education matters. Their aim is to improve the opportunities and experiences for all children and the professionals working with them by focusing on giving more support for the poorest and most vulnerable children in England, to ensure…show more content… The centres can offer parenting education and family support services. There may be a day nursery on site which will be registered with OFSTED. Parents should always ask to see the current OFSTED report, or download it from the website.
Supporting families in the foundation years, was published by the government in 2011 setting out the government’s intention for more families to benefit from parenting advice and support from pregnancy to the age of five. The parenting class trial was announced in October 2011, by Sarah Teather, Minister for Children and Families. These trial parenting class areas are Camden, Middlesbrough and High Peak in Derbyshire. Parents in these areas can download a voucher for £100. These vouchers will provide support with: * Learning through play * Parents working together as a team * Communicating and staying calm * Managing sleep issues * Coping with difficult behaviour * Rules and routines * Understanding different stages of your child’s development
Vouchers can either be downloaded from the canparent website to a computer or mobile phone, or paper vouchers are being distributed by children’s workforce professionals in the trial areas and vouchers can also be collected from Boots stores in the trial areas.
Local Authorities will provide