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£560m ‘black hole’ in academies plan, says Labour

£560m ‘black hole’ in academies plan, says Labour  » 

THE schools system is facing a £560m “black hole” in the Government’s plan to turn every school into an academy, according to Labour.

New Funding Formula will give heads more budget certainty

New Funding Formula will give heads more budget certainty  » 

PLANS have been submitted for a consistent national funding formula that ensures every school will have funding matched to need, to give every child the opportunity for a good quality education.

Free schools prioritise computing and creative thinking

Free schools prioritise computing and creative thinking  » 

ONE OF the founders of Games Workshop who helped revamp the computing curriculum is to open two new free schools specialising in computer science, technology and the arts.

Councils want powers to ban junk food advertising near schools

Councils want powers to ban junk food advertising near schools  » 

POWERS to ban junk food advertising near schools, nurseries and children’s centres should be given to local authorities in a bid to beat the child obesity crisis, according to council leaders.

2,500 academies yet to commit to school meal standards

2,500 academies yet to commit to school meal standards  » 

AROUND one million young people attend the 2,500 academies that are yet to sign up to healthy school meal standards adhered to by other schools.

Curriculum should incorporate life skills, say parents  » 

A RECENT survey has revealed that 81% of British parents would like to change their children’s curriculum to allow them to learn more life skills, such as managing a household, filing a tax return and understanding the mortgage process.

Condition of schools impacts on attainment, say teachers

Condition of schools impacts on attainment, say teachers  » 

MORE THAN 80% of teachers believe the learning environment has a notable impact on learners’ attainment, behaviour and engagement, yet fewer than 4% of teachers feel schools are in an excellent condition with concerns being raised about a lack of space, poor layouts and declining durability, particularly in newer builds.

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“Troubling” divide in school performance

“Troubling” divide in school performance  » 

WHILE the proportion of good and outstanding secondary schools increased overall this year, from 71% in 2014 to 74%, there has been greater improvement in the South, where 79% of schools are now good or outstanding. In the North and Midlands just 68% of secondary schools are good or better.

Academies should expand to meet demand says LGA

Academies should expand to meet demand says LGA  » 

ACADEMY schools should expand where required to meet demand for school places, or local authorities must be given the powers back to open new maintained schools, council leaders have said.

Sixth forms hit by funding freeze

Sixth forms hit by funding freeze  » 

THE Government’s plans to freeze 16-19 funding per student for the rest of this Parliament will result in further real terms cuts of 8% or more and further threats to teachers’ terms and conditions, says the National Union of Teachers. This reduction, it says, comes on top of the 14% real terms cut in 16-19 education since 2010.

Joined-up approach to children’s mental health

Joined-up approach to children’s mental health  » 

AN initiative designed to improve mental health services for children is being piloted in 255 schools in 22 areas across the country.

Schools struggle to find headteachers

Schools struggle to find headteachers  » 

ENGLAND’S schools are struggling to fill headteacher posts, due in part to the increasingly negative attitudes to the job, according to a new report by the Future Leaders Trust.

Top speaker line-up for HE Estates Forum

Top speaker line-up for HE Estates Forum  » 

CREATING environments that promote active engagement with new technology ventures is a vital consideration for organisations at the heart of regional regeneration plans.