Will look at how government supports growth of trust sector, helping trusts improve schools
The Department for Education has today, Wednesday 29 June, launched a review of how it works with academy trusts, helping make sure the children in schools within trusts get the right support to fulfil their potential.
The review will look at the standards trusts are held to, and the...
Up to 75 new free schools including sixth forms, specialist and alternative provision settings will offer tailored support, levelling up opportunities for all.
Thousands of new school places will be created for children in England, including for those who are living in disadvantaged areas, have special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), or require alternative provision....
New sport and music opportunities announced to better support children’s development
Children across the country to be supported to find and develop their passions through increased opportunities to study music, learn instruments, and take up sports and activities thanks to a multi-million-pound investment into sports and music education.
Strategic delivery plans to be developed for each local area and region, starting with Education Investment Areas
Detailed plans for moving all schools into strong academy trusts have been published today (Wednesday 25 May), kickstarting work towards the goal set out in the Schools White Paper for every school to be in, or in the process of joining, a trust by 2030.
STEM teachers in disadvantaged schools to receive £3,000 tax-free payments per year over next three years along with new funding to improve school buildings.
Pupils in the most disadvantaged schools will benefit from high-quality, specialised science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) teaching following a £60 million investment to attract and retain the top teaching talent....