Education Secretary Justine Greening has today confirmed plans to introduce a National Funding Formula. Schools will receive an extra £1.3 billion per year which will provide schools with “the investment they need to offer a world-class education to every single child.” The extra funding will come from savings from existing departmental budgets
over the next two years.
The day before the general election in June 2017 an Ofsted-graded good primary school in Bradford wrote to parents urging them to consider a proposal to change the school day. Cuttingly Village Primary said in the letter…
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