education standards uk

education standards uk

The use of information standards across these sectors will reduce processing costs at point of collection and publication. This will benefit children and learners as less will be spent on bureaucracy. Standards also help analysts and software designers to utilise data more efficiently and effectively.
The Information Standards Board (ISB) for education, skills and children’s services is the overarching authority and governing body for the management and assurance of data and information standards in these sectors. It is jointly sponsored by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills and Department for Education.

This document sits alongside our Outcomes for graduates and Outcomes for provisionally registered doctors, which set out what we expect doctors to learn.
Promoting excellence: standards for medical education and training sets out ten standards that we expect organisations responsible for educating and training medical students and doctors in the UK to meet.

The OfS’s primary objective is to ensure that English higher education is delivering positive outcomes for students.
Our work in quality and standards will support the following regulatory objectives:

The MCS reflect the 4 broad areas of need; communication and interaction; cognition and learning; social, emotional and mental health difficulties; and sensory and/or physical needs. The documents (below) are intended to ensure the most appropriate intervention for an individual so that they can make progress both in their well-being and attainment at school, and to evidence school’s best endeavours.
This page sets out the Kent Mainstream Core Standards (MCS)