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Weekly Thursday Education News Round Up – 27/09/2018

Exclusive: Ofsted’s experience is draining away Watchdog loses the equivalent of 71% of its school HMI inspectors amid warnings of inspection ‘treadmill’ Read more Pupil premium ‘failing to target the poor’ Academic says that ring-fencing pupil premium ‘distorts optimal decision making’ by school leaders, governors, and Ofsted Read more Universities make ‘misleading’ marketing claims to […]

Weekly Thursday Education News Round Up – 20/09/2018

Five ways to boost social mobility through skills A new report from the 5% Club calls for a bigger role for work experience in schools and colleges. Read more Exclusive: Ofsted plan to spend longer in schools Ofsted looks to ensure that inspectors spend more time in schools amid criticism that its reports are unreliable. […]

Weekly Thursday Education News RoundUp – 13/09/2018

Ofsted cuts leave parents guessing, say MPs Parents in England are not getting the assurance they need about the quality of education their children are receiving, a committee of MPs warns. Read more UK education consulting spend rises 196% in 14 years The tripling of consulting spending in the past 14 years has prompted criticism, […]

Weekly Thursday Education News RoundUp – 06/09/2018

More support to help schools with costs Practical support and advice is published for schools to help save money on the £10 billion spent each year on non-staffing costs. Read more England’s schools face ‘severe’ teacher shortage England’s schools are facing a “severe shortage” of teachers, with bigger class sizes and more subjects taught by […]

Schools Mailing Weekly Roundup 28th August

GCSE pass rates rise despite tougher exam assessment More pupils achieve top marks following the biggest shakeup in grading for a generation Read more Here are 5 reasons why Direct Mailing might be a great option for you Why e-mail marketing is the best and easiest tool for you in order to reach your customers […]