Education secretary Justine Greening has announced that an extra £1.3 billion of funding will be poured into schools over the next two years.
Schools will benefit from the funds, as well as high-needs programmes. Greening has also stated that there are plans to introduce a national funding formula.
The money is expected to come from savings within the Department for Education (DfE) and will give schools “the investment they need to offer a world-class education to every single child”.
Greening said that the investment would bring funding for schools and high needs up from around £41 billion in 2017-18 to £42.4 billion in 2018-19 and £43.5billion in 2019-20.
Three in 10 primary teachers did not get any support in teaching science, according to a study commissioned by the Wellcome Trust.
LocatED, a private company that was established by the Department for Education last year to produce new sites for free schools, has announced its first project.
Ofqual has announced that the next annual National Reference Test will be held between 19 February and 2 March next year.
An investment of £1.28 million has been announced by Wales’ education secretary Kirsty Williams, which aims to help reduce unnecessary workloads for teachers.
A new poll suggests that the majority of the UK’s education professionals suffer physical and mental health issues because of their job.
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