School Funding Reform : Next Steps Towards a Fairer System
*** FLSE update - 20th June 2012 ***
Funding of special school and academies
In terms of providing an update on the reforms, along with the March document itself, the department has published a lot of information on their website .
You can also download a set of powerpoint slides used at the National Fair Funding Conference last month, which explain the reforms in clear and simple terms.
Since last spring, and the launch of the first consultation on school funding reform1, the DfE have explored in detail how to create a funding system that is fair, logical and distributes extra funding towards pupils who need it most.
The potential impact on all SEN schools requires active discussion and consultation amongst FLSE members.
Please note: The deadline for all consultation back to the DfE closed on the
21st May 2012
See the following documents below that provide all the details and information on the School Funding Reform, together with a Consultation Response document.
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If you would like any further information, or would like to submit your own thoughts, these are being consolidated by our London Regional Representative, Mark Dale-Emberton. Please email him directly at email@example.com .
Download the following files:
|School Funding Reform - Next Steps - Response Form|
|School Funding Reform - Equality Impact Assessment|
|Reformed Funding - Operational Guidance for Local Authorities|
If you have any other queries, please email these to firstname.lastname@example.org