Accountability

The Academies Enterprise Trust, one of England’s largest multi-academy trust with 61 academies, has received a second letter...

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The Learning Link Multi Academy Trust which runs four primary schools in Dudley has been served with a Financial Notice to...

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Khalsa Secondary Academy, a Sikh free school in Buckinghamshire, has been sent a ‘minded to terminate’ letter by the area’s...

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The Department of Education ‘does not anticipate’ receiving the independent investigative report into the former executive...

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Key Stage 2 tests became more difficult in 2016 after a ‘curriculum revamp’, said The Times .

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‘MAT performance data should not be used to infer performance of the MAT system as a whole,’ the Department for Education says...

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Hackney New School closed for a fresh start at the end of October after the free school had been downgraded from good to...

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‘Scrapping exams at 16 would create a better education system,’ The Times editorial says today.

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The new Progress 8 measure helps parents choose the ‘right [secondary] school for their child’, writes the Department for Education. It’s media...

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There’s an ‘urgent need’ to restore confidence in the system which supports provision for children and young people with special...

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The SEND reforms of 2014 were right: they put children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND)...

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The Learning Today Leading Tomorrow (LTLT) trust has been told its funding for the Rugby Free Secondary School could be ended....

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Thirty-seven free schools which have been open for three years or more are still in temporary accommodation, Freedom of...

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The official academy sponsor list*, updated by the Department for Education yesterday, still contains names of troubled academy...

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Rodillian Academy Trust which runs four academies in Yorkshire has been slapped with its second Financial Notice to Improve (FNtI), Schools Week...

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Free schools had ‘particular success’ in key stage 1 Assessments, says schools minister Nick Gibb in the Department for...

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This site’s being saying it for years: reforms to state education in England introduced by Michael Gove are a retrograde step...

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You would think the Children’s Commissioner Anne Longfield would know better. She is, after all, supposed to be the advocate for...

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