Policy

Yesterday, this site questioned the reliability of the Department for Education (DfE) plan for recovering longer term advances...

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‘No applicant for a selective school…is ‘ineligible’ to apply,’ the Department for Education says.

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Delta Education Trust, formerly The Quay School Academy Trust, agreed a ‘recovery plan’ of £480k with the Education and Skills...

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National curriculum tests taken in financial year 2018/19 cost around £43m schools minister Nick Gibb has revealed . The cost...

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The Department for Education ( DfE ) says ‘additional funding’ to academies may be provided ‘In the most serious cases’. But...

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Is the Department for Education media department a computer programmed with stock phrases?

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Expecting children as young as four to take tests when they join reception classes is challenged by both parents and teachers....

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Seven academy trusts owed more than £1m each by the end of March 2018, the Department for Education has revealed*. Here are...

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‘This Government is already undertaking a huge expansion in school places, with one million new places on track to be created...

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Theresa May hasn’t quite fallen: she’s hanging on by her fingernails while requesting help from her shadow despite saying he was...

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It would cost too much reveal the purchase price of freeholds for free school sites, the Department for Education told me in...

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The reform of the modern education system began early in the 19th Century. What eventually became known as the Education Reform Movement dates...

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‘ Outsourcing has been hit by a string of recent failures, but that does not mean that outsourcing has failed. Labour should...

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‘…standards in our schools have risen significantly since 2010 - with 85% judged to be good or outstanding compared to only 68...

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Fourteen proposed schools which could discriminate on the basis of faith have been named by the Department for Education ....

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On Monday, the School Cuts campaign issued revised figures claiming schools in England had lost £5.4bn in funding since 2015....

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Aspire Academy opened in 2014 as a stand-alone alternative provision free school. It was transferred to TBAP in 2017 after...

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‘ Grammar schools are also popular with parents, with around 15 pupils choosing a selective school as their first preference for...

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