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
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:
Graham Quinn, Chair of SSV, was recently invited by Edward Timpson MP, Minister of State for Vulnerable Children and Families to attend the High Needs Funding Consultation.
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.
With the aftermath of Brexit still unfolding, education seems to be on the back burner!
A happy new year to all our readers.
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.