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.
Over 78 per cent of parents believe the cost of sending children to a state school is increasing, new research shows.
Ofsted has launched a consultation seeking views on proposals aimed at bringing greater clarity to the short inspection process.
Over 100 schools from 18 London boroughs will be marking World Car Free Day today, 22 September, by encouraging parents and carers to substitute their car journeys to school with walking or cycling.
The amount of pupils taking GCSE arts subjects has declined to the lowest level in a decade, The Telegraph has reported.
The education secretary Kirsty Williams has launched The Welsh headquarters of organisations that promote Spanish and German.
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