Extra help for struggling schools
SCHOOLS THAT were rated as “requires improvement” in their last two Ofsted inspections will have access to up to £16,000, the Government has announced.
The Department for Education (DfE) said under-performing schools will receive extra support to help raise classroom standards.
It comes after Education Secretary Damian Hinds said he wanted to simplify the school accountability system and give teachers the freedom to get on with their jobs without interference.
In an announcement yesterday the DfE said struggling schools would also receive support from a high-performing school leader.