Changes in education 2021/2022
Get up to speed on the key changes that are likely to affect your school next year, and find resources to help you take action.
- Keeping Children Safe in Education (KCSIE) updated for 2021
- Greater focus on sexual harassment
- Changes to Ofsted inspection procedures
- New EYFS framework in force from 1 September
- Changes to the Academy Trust Handbook (formerly the Academies Financial Handbook)
- Changes to school admissions from September
- New induction arrangements for early career teachers
- More changes on the horizon
The last school year was a dramatic one, with schools adapting quickly to fluctuating levels of lockdown and the new experience of remote learning.
We can't be sure what the next year will hold where coronavirus is concerned, but we do know about some of the major changes that are headed your way.
Find out more below about what's changing, and what your board needs to do. Click 'save for later' in the upper right-hand corner if you'd like to get email alerts when we update this article with new information or resources.
Keeping Children Safe in Education (KCSIE) updated for 2021
The DfE has updated KCSIE - the changes come into force on 1 September 2021.
Safer recruitment processes and procedures Sexual harassment and harmful sexual behaviours (more on this below) The role of the designated