Please find below link to an article in TES regarding SEND funding https://www.tes.
Your voice has made a difference
As you know, SSV members have been lobbying government for the last 6 months with particular regard to the financial position many of our schools find themse
Financial pressures not having an impact upon standards!!!!!
Further to Graham’s blog (see link below) in relation to Amanda Spielman publicly saying that the financial pressures faced by
Following emails received from Special Schools, SSV have sent a letter (which can be viewed here) to Stuart Miller, Deputy Director of SEND, with regards to the following:
Minutes from the meeting with the DfE – 14th March 2018
Minutes from the meeting held on 14th March can be found here.
Funding – a crisis or a redistribution?
The National Funding Formula has been spoken about for a long time.
A number of schools have recently contacted either myself or other members of the Special Schools’ Voice (SSV) committee to express their disappointment at the propos
Local Area SEND Inspections: what are they telling us?
At the time of writing this blog, there have been seven published outcome letters as a result of Local Area SEND Inspections: Bolton, B
Special Schools Funding
Where are we. What can we expect
Special schools, like all other schools, are feeling the impact of a 0% rise in budgets.
Funding: How is it affecting your school?
The level of funding we receive enables us to create and provide, but it also restricts what we are able to do.