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Weekly DfE Publications W/C 05.11.2018

High needs strategic planning

Guidance

These documents provide local authorities with:

Secondary and primary school application and offers: 2018

Official Statistics

This report details:

The report is based on:

Early years initial teacher training (ITT) providers

Guidance

Find an early years ITT training provider with places available for your qualification level.

Deals for schools

Guidance

Information on the national deals available to schools to help them save money on some of the things they buy regularly.

Phonics screening check and key stage 1 assessments: England 2018

National Statistics

This statistical publication provides information on the attainment of pupils in the 2018 phonics screening check and key stage 1 teacher assessments.

It also includes information on attainment for the phonics screening check and key stage 1 teacher assessments by different pupil characteristics, specifically:

National professional qualifications (NPQs): list of providers

Guidance

The list shows providers of the following qualifications:

Childcare and early years providers survey: 2018

Official Statistics

This release gives information on the main characteristics of childcare and early years provision in England, including:

Open academies, free schools, studio schools and UTCs

Transparency data

 

These spreadsheets show:

Approved free school application forms: wave 11

Transparency data

Successful free school proposal forms approved by the Department for Education during the wave 11 application round.

Letters to successful free school applicants: wave 11

Transparency data

These letters inform successful free school applicants of the Department for Education’s decision to accept their application. It also invites them to submit a business case and plan for the proposed school.

Approved free school application forms: wave 12

Transparency data

Successful free school proposal forms approved by the Department for Education during the wave 12 application round.

Letters to successful free school applicants: wave 12

Transparency data

These letters inform successful free school applicants of the Department for Education’s decision to accept their application. It also invites them to submit a business case and plan for the proposed school.

Special free schools: successful applications from trusts

Transparency data

The application forms include the following information:

Special free schools: local authority bids in 2018

Transparency data

A table showing the local authorities who made a bid to the Department for Education, and the types of alternative provision or special school they wanted to open.

Get financial advice for schools

Guidance

Schools can get external support to help them review their finances, identify problems and take appropriate action. Third parties may charge schools for their services.

Use the ‘schools financial advice - directory of suppliers’ to:

Use the ‘schools financial advice - structure’ document to:

A level and other 16 to 18 results: 2017 to 2018 (provisional)

National Statistics

This statistical publication provides provisional information on the overall achievements of 16- to 18-year-olds who were at the end of 16 to 18 study by the end of the 2017 to 2018 academic year, including:

Find, join or create a network for school business professionals

Guidance

This guide describes how business professionals working in schools can join or create a school business professional network. Networks help professionals to connect and share information.

The school business professional networks directory includes groups that provide peer-to-peer support to help with a broad range of work-related activity, including buying for schools.

School capital funding allocations

Guidance

Details of school capital funding allocations for:

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