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Governance: Payments

Government urged to pilot payments for school governors  Report: Who governs our schools?Continue Reading

Governance: TES/NGA survey

Key findings of 2017 NGA/TES annual school governance survey revealed 10 key findings from today’s governors survey  Governor survey reveals how funding squeeze is hitting education in schools … Continue Reading

Adjudicator: recent decisions

Office of the Schools Adjudicator Decision: Ashlawn School  … Decision: The Royal Grammar School  … Decision: Wycombe High School  … Decision: The Henrietta Barnett School  … Decision: Dr Challoner’s High School  … Decision: Aylesbury Grammar School  … Decision: John Hampden Grammar School  … Decision: Sir William Borlase’s Grammar School  … Decision: Royal Latin School  … Decision: Chesham Grammar School  … Decision:… Continue Reading

School exclusion and mental health

School Exclusion ‘linked to long-term mental health problems’ About study: Relationship between Exclusion from School and Mental Health   (pdf)… Continue Reading

Admissions: Review dropped?

Exclusive: Fears grow that school admissions review will be dropped https://www.tes.com/news/school-news/breaking-news/exclusive-fears-grow-school-admissions-review-will-be-dropped… Continue Reading

Governance: The future for Schools

The future of school governance http://www.nga.org.uk/futureofgovernance Commons Briefing: #SchoolGovernance Outstanding Governance Awards … Continue Reading

School admission: Class sizes

Half a million primary school children ‘taught in super-sized classes’ Class sizes rise as schools face real-terms cuts … Continue Reading

School exclusion: Guidance update

You can now download the full outcome of the DfE’s consultation on school exclusions from maintained schools, academies and pupil referral units in England, along with the government’s response outlining the next steps. Extract: “The new guidance will come into force in September 2017. Any pupil who was excluded before September 2017… Continue Reading

Exclusion should be a last resort

“Excluding pupils is a necessary tool, but it needs to be done lawfully and for the right reasons, writes Ann Mroz ” https://www.tes.com/news/school-news/breaking-views/exclusion-should-be-a-last-resort-not-excuse-offload-children… Continue Reading

Survey: Bullying in schools

Tes and ITV’s This Morning are conducting a joint survey to gain a greater understanding of the extent of bullying in our schools. If you are currently teaching in a UK school, we would really appreciate you taking a few seconds to answer the questions below. https://www.tes.com/news/school-news/breaking-news/survey-help-us-find-out-about-bullying-uk-schools… Continue Reading

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