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Survey of school leaders

1 September 2011

The following report details school leaders' responses to questions on the impact of reduced budgets on school and local authority provision, the perceived financial implications for schools which choose to remain under local authority control, the perceived impact of current government educational policy on social mobility, extending the school day, links between maintained and independent schools, and the perceived educational knowledge of governing bodies.

The Key Survey of School Leaders Autumn 2011 Part 1 opinions on the sector

 

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Published articles

Gloves about to come off? Representation at disciplinary and grievance hearings

Brendan Clarke Smith proposed that the right to be accompanied should be much wider than it is at present. Whilst the Bill itself was withdrawn, the idea lives on and is supported by the Education Secretary.

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Legal updates

Academy Intervention Powers

Part 1 of the Schools Bill introduces statutory rights designed to ensure that the Secretary of State has efficient oversight and is equipped to address “instances of failure” in academy trusts.

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Legal updates

Academy Trust Standards

Part 1 of the Schools Bill 2022 proposes a new set of “Academy Trust Standards”, representing the introduction of a “common rule book” for academy trusts.

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Guides

A Guide to the Schools Bill 2022

we have published a series of briefings which we hope will help you understand what the Bill will mean for your school or trust.

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