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New wave of free school approvals

New wave of free school approvals  » 

THE Government’s goal of opening 500 new free schools by 2020 remains on track, with the approval of 77 more projects, representing 46,000 new school places.

Potential £320m bill to convert schools to academies say councils  » 

THE potential cost to council taxpayers of converting all schools to academies is £320m, with an additional loss of £80m every year in business rates income, according to the Local Government Association.

Concerns over new early years funding plans

Concerns over new early years funding plans  » 

MAJOR changes designed to deliver a ‘fairer funding’ system for nurseries, pre-schools and childminders were set out in the summer by Education Secretary Justine Greening.

Four in ten teachers have been private tutors

Four in ten teachers have been private tutors  » 

MORE than four in ten (43%) state school teachers have been paid to tutor outside of their main teaching role at some point during their careers, according to new research from the Sutton Trust.

Paperwork eats into vital contact time for school nurses

Paperwork eats into vital contact time for school nurses  » 

SCHOOL nurses spend twice as much time on paperwork than on direct work with children in schools, according to new research.

Completion for first phase of education campus at Sevenoaks

Completion for first phase of education campus at Sevenoaks  » 

THE NEW Trinity School in Sevenoaks, Kent is a four-form-entry secondary school accommodating 790 pupils (including 190 sixth form pupils). The building will provide 6,500 sqm of new accommodation over three to four storeys.

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More schools using Pupil Premium funding to offset budget cuts

More schools using Pupil Premium funding to offset budget cuts  » 

A SMALL but growing number of schools are using their funding for disadvantaged pupils to offset budget cuts elsewhere, according to a recent survey by the Sutton Trust.

Careers advice “little more than a poorly thought out add-on”  » 

OFSTED should downgrade schools where careers provision is sub-standard, MPs have said.

£41m scheme to transform maths teaching

£41m scheme to transform maths teaching  » 

8,000 primary schools in England will receive £41m over four years to support the south Asian ‘mastery’ approach to teaching maths, which is used by some of the leading performers in maths, including Shanghai, Singapore and Hong Kong.

Green light for 31 more free schools

Green light for 31 more free schools  » 

31 NEW free schools recently given the go-ahead are to provide around 20,000 places for pupils.

Girls more likely to appreciate the value of university

Girls more likely to appreciate the value of university  » 

AT THE AGE of 13, girls are more likely than boys to believe that going to university is important, says a new study published by the social mobility think tank Sutton Trust. Researchers found that by the age of 15 or 16 aspiring to go on to higher education makes a big difference to A-level choices, particularly for disadvantaged students.

No improvement for regional divide in secondary education

No improvement for regional divide in secondary education  » 

OF 416 secondary schools inspected between September and March this year, just 57% were judged to be good or outstanding.