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Latest News

Ofsted Specialist Adviser for school inspection policy discusses how inspectors evaluate off-rolling

Off-rolling has received a lot of interest from the press and among school leaders and teachers recently, but do you know how Ofsted define it? Ofsted commissioned research which was published recently suggesting that different people have ...

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Posted: 23rd May 2019

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Government orders non-compliant trusts to reduce excessive salaries

Lord Agnew has written to chairs of 94 academy trusts to ask for more details on executives earning six-figure salaries. A total of 94 academy trusts have been ordered to justify the six-figure salaries of head teachers or chief executives, as the ...

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Posted: 22nd May 2019

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