Written by Sam Glanz, Assistant Consultant   It has been a tumultuous six months for the education sector. May saw the publication of the higher education white paper and the Government u-turn on forced academisation; June was, of course, Brexit and the subsequent expansion and reshuffle of the Department of Education; […]

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Helen Merrills looks at what the spending review means for schools. Perhaps the biggest controversy of Chancellor George Osborne’s autumn statement, at least for schools, was the announcement funding allocations will be replaced by a new national formula. The current system, which can see pupils mere miles apart receive funding with differences of up to [...] Read More →