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4 03, 2020

From School Business Manager to Managing Director – Louise’s Story

2020-03-04T12:40:54+01:00Company News, Job Profiles, School Business Management|Comments Off on From School Business Manager to Managing Director – Louise’s Story

  From School Business Manager to Managing Director - Louise's Story Working as a School Business Manager or in a school support position can be stressful at times, but it’s also really rewarding.  2020 marks 12 years since I first started Campion Consultancy, so I wanted [...]

13 02, 2020

Pupil Premium Changes Announced to Help Disadvantaged Pupils

2020-04-02T11:16:14+01:00School Funding|Comments Off on Pupil Premium Changes Announced to Help Disadvantaged Pupils

The DfE has recently announced that the pupil premium rate is increasing.   From April 2020 rates will increase by £25 for primary pupils and £20 for secondary pupils. The extra funding is to help improve outcomes for disadvantaged children and other pupils who need [...]

30 01, 2020

In the News: DfE Proposes Starting Salaries of £26,000 for Teachers

2020-04-02T11:16:37+01:00In the News|Comments Off on In the News: DfE Proposes Starting Salaries of £26,000 for Teachers

It has been reported this week that the DfE has recommended that all teachers receive a pay rise in September 2020 – from 6.7 percent for new starters to 2.5 percent for experienced teachers and school leaders, according to the School Teachers’ Review Body. The [...]

9 10, 2019

English School System Fragmented, Costly And Confusing

2019-10-09T14:53:12+01:00In the News|Comments Off on English School System Fragmented, Costly And Confusing

A major investigation into the comparative costs of the two parallel schools systems in England, and those of other countries, has found that academies and multi-academy trusts on the one hand, and local authority managed schools on the other, have hugely disparate costs with the [...]

2 09, 2019

New teachers’ salaries – set to rise to £30,000 by 2022-23

2019-09-02T14:01:14+01:00In the News|Comments Off on New teachers’ salaries – set to rise to £30,000 by 2022-23

Starting salaries for teachers in England could rise by up to £6,000 under new government plans. The Department for Education said the move would make new teachers' salaries - set to rise to £30,000 by 2022-23 - "among the most competitive" in the graduate labour market. Unions [...]

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