Sutton Trust report calls for a fairer admissions system

The Sutton Trust is calling for changes to the admissions process that include prioritising disadvantaged pupils where schools are oversubscribed.

£5 million Youth Performance Partnership programme announced

BRIT School, BBC North and Lowry Trust to partner with schools across the country

The Department for Education (DfE) has announced funding of £31.6 million to train more Educational Psychologists.

ASCL survey reveals a 'rising tide' of pupil poverty

A survey conducted by the Association of School and College Leaders (ASCL) has revealed that Secondary schools are reporting a 'rising tide' of pup

Government to annouce free sanitary products in secondary schools from September

The government is expected to make sanitary products available for free in all English secondary schools.

NEU 'has no intention'of taking down School Cuts website

Mary Bousted & Kevin Courtney repond to James Cleverly MPs demand: "We stand by our figures"

James Cleverly MP asks for School Cuts website to be taken down

Conservative Deputy Chairman asks the NEU to take site down “immediately” due to 'misleading use of data'

Selective Schools expansion fund: 2019 applications open

The Department for Education has announced the second round of the Selective Schools Expansion Fund, which provides funds for grammar schools to create additional places if they can demonstrate how they will attract more disadvantaged pupils

28 Academies asked to justify salaries over £100K

Lord Agnew calls on the chairs to work with the Government on the “divisive issue” of high pay,

Half a billion funding gap risk for SEND

Children with special educational needs and disabilities are facing a potential funding gap this year of more than half a billion pounds.

£50m for improved SEND support in Lincolnshire

Lincolnshire County Council is investing £50 million in special schools to transform SEND support for local children and young people.

Six teaching unions have called on the government to decide whether it will back a call for a real pay rise for teachers in England.

Public Accounts Committe slams PFI 'waste of taxpayer funds'

A report from the Public Accounts Committee on Private Finance Initiative deals has blasted the Treasury, saying there are "no plans to assess the value for money of PFI".

NAHT School Business Leaders Survey suggests pay levels still not fair

The National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT) lastest pay and responsibilities survey suggests that school business leaders' pay has increased by 9 per cent since 2016, but still falls behind the rest of the leadership team.

Rural councils call for fairer deal as school transport services scaled back

England’s rural councils warn it is becoming increasingly difficult to fund free school transport

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