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Investigation: Schools accused of fudging sport premium funding

Discussion in 'Education news' started by sportyteach2, Oct 6, 2018.

  1. sportyteach2

    sportyteach2 New commenter

  2. install

    install Star commenter

    Ofsted need to go. They fail to support schools over and over again or the communities the schools are in. :cool:
    FrankWolley likes this.
  3. sportyteach2

    sportyteach2 New commenter

    But allow schools to get away with evident malpractice which is what is happening here. All schools need to be policed much more effectively.
  4. install

    install Star commenter

    Which Ofsted fail to do..despite the pay and bonus of 10,000 that some Ofsted people get:cool:
  5. ajrowing

    ajrowing Star commenter

    Wouldn't it be better if schools were supported and trusted to do the best they can for the students from their local area?
  6. install

    install Star commenter

    Not really.Sadly there maybe some hts and ceos who do not seem to care for the 'local area' and like to move money about from one fund to another :(
  7. sportyteach2

    sportyteach2 New commenter

    And evidently some who make big noises about how important the health and wellbeing of their pupils that isn't reflected in what is actually done.

    Too much 'gaming of the system' with PE Premium; Pupil Premium ; SATs etc
    install likes this.

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