News from May, 2017

Please find a list of every news article from May, 2017 below:

Six steps to ensure effective TA-led interventions

The TES has just published an interesting article on the use of TAs to provide effective interventions. The article puts forward the view that when teaching assistants (TAs) are used properly, the impact on students is considerable. In the ...

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Posted: 1st May 2017

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Could the election cause the national funding formula (NFF) to be delayed or even abandoned?

The National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT) is reported to have warned that the disruption of the June election could mean implementation of the NFF may have to be pushed back to April 2019. The NAHT has been reported as saying that the ...

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Posted: 2nd May 2017

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New Ofsted ‘good’ logo for schools to use

Ofsted has designed a new ‘good’ logo and provided permission for schools to use it on their websites and in their literature. Education providers currently holding either an ‘outstanding’ or ’good’ rating can apply for the new logos ...

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Posted: 3rd May 2017

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DAG e-Newsletter Issue 119 4th May 2017

The latest DAG e-newsletter is now available (requires login). This is a short and sweet snapshot of what is going on in the world of school governance, ranging from the ordinary working families consultation to the new Clerking Competency ...

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Posted: 4th May 2017

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DAG Busy Governor’s Guides updated

Check the DAG website for updated versions of DAG’s ever popular “Busy Governor's Guides” on: Chairing Pupil Premium And if you are a Clerk there are some good news as well as a few guides have been updated: Busy Clerk’s ...

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Posted: 5th May 2017

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