£50m to transform EdTech within all Welsh state schools

Local authorities in Wales are set to receive £50 million to upgrade EdTech equipment within schools.

Teachers to benefit from £2bn public sector pay rise

The Treasury is set to reveal the biggest public sector pay rise in six years.

10-year plan needed to fix school funding system

The government must fix the broken education funding system and bring forward a strategic ten-year education funding plan.

Local authority schools to be more transparent

The DfE has invited views from across the education system on applying some of the financial measures used in academies to local authority run schools.

Weak internal accountability at academy trust level

Ofsted has published a report into the influence of multi-academy trusts on day-to-day practice in their schools.

Better financial reporting for academy trusts

A new academies chart of accounts has been launched as the first step to automated financial reporting.

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,

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