Tag Archives: School Funding

When #LittleExtras Will Simply Not Be Enough (2018-19 Blog 4)

We might be relentlessly reasonable, patient and polite but we are not daft. Unsurprisingly Headteachers are intelligent educated people. We get the politics at play here. A budget overshadowed by Brexit. Most of the spending promised as capital not revenue to prevent ongoing spending burdens for the Department of Education. Continue reading

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Sufficient and Fair Funding for Every School #stillnotlistening

Apparently, schools have never had it so good.  There’s more money than ever before and record numbers of teachers are available to work in our schools. This view from Government and the Department for Education lacks credibility and for many schools and their head teachers, our experience is very different.  Continue reading

As the Funding Crisis Deepens

As the funding crisis deepens for schools across the country we have submitted written evidence to one of the Education Select Committee’s inquiries on funding.  We will be meeting with members of the committee on the 5th June to press this among other issues.  We will hopefully also be called to give oral evidence as well. Continue reading

Flat Cash Ed Hell

The only other time I felt such a deep sense of “I’m not trained for this” was on the arrival of my first child. This week, engaging with interviews for TV and Radio as the story of schools’ funding finally hit national headlines. Continue reading