SSAT is pleased that the Department for Education has decided to pursue a different pathway, rather than force all good and outstanding schools in all LAs to become academies. We have always advocated the importance of school leaders making their
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Head of Policy Tom Middlehurst continues the discussion around the government’s recent academisation announcement.
Tom Middlehurst with four key questions for schools to consider between now and 2020.
SSAT’s response to Chancellor George Osbourne’s 2016 Budget.
We pick out a number of responses to the DfE’s consultation on the proposed EBacc measures.
Bill Watkin considers the latest termly email from the Secretary of State and the ongoing changes in education.
Thirteen key points from the Spending Review 2015, and social media reaction.
In a fourth blog about the ‘Ebacc for all’ issue, Bill Watkin suggests that there has been a slight shift in the government’s approach.
Latest RAISEonline development which makes it of immediate relevance to school leaders & teachers of English & maths.
Tom Middlehurst, Head of Public Affairs SSAT, writes… The final report of the Commission on Assessment without Levels was published yesterday, and offers six recommendations based on the Commission’s findings. The main body of the report consists of an explanation
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