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Can the new funding formula work against a backdrop of real terms cuts?

Can the new funding formula work against a backdrop of real terms cuts?  » 

REFORMS that will tackle the historical postcode lottery in school funding have been set out by the Government.

A quarter of schoolchildren hope to work in science says OECD study  » 

MORE THAN a quarter of teenagers in England are considering a career in science, while three-quarters of pupils believe their science lessons are helping to prepare them for life post education, according to OECD data (1).

Small maintained schools should be exempt from Levy say councils

Small maintained schools should be exempt from Levy say councils  » 

COUNCILS are calling for small maintained schools to receive the same treatment as small academies and faith schools and be exempt from the Apprenticeship Levy.

Many teens avoid PE because of body image anxiety  » 

ALMOST a third (30%) of secondary school pupils isolate themselves to avoid activities because of low body confidence while more than half (52%) regularly worry about how they look, according to research from the Be Real Campaign.

More Opportunity Areas to tackle the challenge of social mobility

More Opportunity Areas to tackle the challenge of social mobility  » 

A WAVE of “research schools” aimed at raising standards in disadvantaged parts of England has been announced by Education Secretary Justine Greening.

New funding model for public sector development

New funding model for public sector development  » 

A NEW funding model has been introduced which enables cash-strapped public sector organisations to unlock development opportunities quickly and effectively.

Fife’s £39m campus integrates secondary and further education

Fife’s £39m campus integrates secondary and further education  » 

THE £39m Levenmouth Education Campus has been completed for Fife Council as part of the Scottish Government’s Schools for the Future Programme.

New primary turns Edgeware’s London Academy into ‘all-through’ school

New primary turns Edgeware’s London Academy into ‘all-through’ school  » 

A £10m primary school addition to London Academy – the existing secondary school with sixth form provision in Edgware – enables it to become an ‘all-through school’ accommodating pupils from 4-19 years old.

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Leadership is key to raising standards in ‘Opportunity Areas’

Leadership is key to raising standards in ‘Opportunity Areas’  » 

PERSISTENTLY disadvantaged children in areas of low social mobility make 20 months less progress than their wealthier peers, according to research from the education charity, Ambition School Leadership.

RICS pledges to enhance diversity in the property and construction sector

RICS pledges to enhance diversity in the property and construction sector  » 

FOUR in ten girls and young women believe their gender will have a negative effect on their career, compared with just 4% of boys, according to the recent RICS and YouGov diversity survey.

Acute shortage of nursery teachers across England

Acute shortage of nursery teachers across England  » 

AN ESTIMATED 10,000 new teachers are urgently needed to bolster early years education, according to a new report by Save the Children.

New learning community developing in Bedford

New learning community developing in Bedford  » 

A £20m scheme including a new secondary school, primary school and nursery will serve a new community emerging in Bedford - catering for more than 1,200 students and pupils.

Conference on inclusive environments for education

Conference on inclusive environments for education  » 

A CONFERENCE focused on designing inclusive environment for young people with autism is being held at the RIBA in London on Tuesday 24 January.

New lease of life for former MoD site

New lease of life for former MoD site  » 

THE Isle of Portland Aldridge Community Academy has opened the doors of its new campus following the completion of a £25m refurbishment project at the former MoD research establishment.

Meeting the growing demand for special school places

Meeting the growing demand for special school places  » 

A £15.4M special educational needs school is being built by Morgan Sindall for Essex County Council to provide support for 210 children and young adults with severe learning difficulties.

Schools failing to prioritise work-related learning

Schools failing to prioritise work-related learning  » 

SCHOOLS are not doing enough to prepare young people for the world of work, says a survey from education watchdog Ofsted. Only four of the 40 secondary schools visited by inspectors demonstrated an effective approach to this aspect of the curriculum.