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School standards at risk due to financial pressures

School standards at risk due to financial pressures  » 

THE requirement to make savings under severe financial pressures is putting school standards at risk, MPs have warned.

£2bn budget for securing sites and land for new free schools

£2bn budget for securing sites and land for new free schools  » 

LocatED, the new public property company set up to purchase and develop sites to help create 500 new free schools in England is up and running. The company will also secure sites to help deliver the additional 110 free schools announced in the spring Budget.

Latest wave of 130 free schools given the go-ahead  » 

SOME 69,000 places are to be created in biggest wave of new free school approvals this Parliament as the DfE gives the green light for 131 new schools.

£2.4bn supports the drive for 600,000 extra places

£2.4bn supports the drive for 600,000 extra places  » 

A £2.4 billion cash injection aimed at creating hundreds of thousands of extra school places, as well as improving and expanding thousands of school buildings, was confirmed by DfE in April.

Third of schools using funding for poorer pupils to plug gaps in budget

Third of schools using funding for poorer pupils to plug gaps in budget  » 

ALMOST a third (30%) of heads say the funding they get for poorer pupils is being used to plug gaps in their school’s budget, according to polling published by the Sutton Trust.

Levy set to double investment in apprenticeships to £2.5bn  » 

THE new apprenticeship levy, which came into force in April, is expected to double the investment in home-grown skills.

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Essential school support services at risk following funding cut

Essential school support services at risk following funding cut  » 

COUNCILS are warning they could fail to meet their legal duties to protect school children, under new rules and funding arrangements announced by government.

Schools are to receive £415m to support healthier lifestyles

Schools are to receive £415m to support healthier lifestyles  » 

SCHOOLS are to receive £415m to help pupils benefit from healthier, more active lifestyles.

All schools likely to lose out despite funding formula, says EPI  » 

ALL schools in England face real terms cuts in funding per pupil, even after the introduction of a new national funding formula, according to analysis by the Education Policy Institute (EPI).

Councils should be able to set up multi-academy trusts, says LGA

Councils should be able to set up multi-academy trusts, says LGA  » 

LOCAL authorities with a track record of strong educational performance should be allowed to set-up their own Multi-Academy Trusts (MATs), says the Local Government Association.

Workforce losses would put construction pipeline under threat, says RICS

Workforce losses would put construction pipeline under threat, says RICS  » 

POST-Brexit, should UK lose access to single market, 176,500 jobs could be under threat, putting some of the country’s biggest infrastructure and construction projects at risk, the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) has revealed.

Consultants to assess the state of school buildings

Consultants to assess the state of school buildings  » 

CAPITA, Aecom, Faithful+Gould and Rider Levett Bucknall have been appointed by the Education Funding Agency (EFA) to carry out a national programme of school condition data collection assessments.