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If the address matches an existing account you will receive an email with instructions to retrieve your username. grant-maintained in School topic. From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English grant-maintained ˌgrant-mainˈtained adjective SES a grant-maintained school in Britain receives its money directly from the central government rather than from the local government Examples from the Corpus grant-maintained • On 1 January a further two schools, both comprehensive, .
§Mr. Jack Straw. I beg to move, That an humble Address be presented to Her Majesty, praying that the Education (Grants) (Grant-Maintained Schools Limited) Regulations (S.I., , No. ), dated 8th February , a copy of which was laid before this House on 10th February, be annulled. This debate is about an abuse of powers, and the Government's double standards. Evidence-led training courses that make it easy to upskill staff, anytime, anywhere. CPD Toolkit is the most effective way to virtually deliver evidence-led training and support the professional development of your staff.
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History. Grant-maintained status was created by the Education Reform Actas part of the programme of the Grant-maintained schools. book government to create greater diversity in educational provision and to weaken the influence of local education authorities.
GM schools would be owned and managed by their own boards of school governors, rather than the local authority. Grant Maintained Integrated (GMI) schools are managed by Boards of Governors, which consist of persons appointed in line with each school’s scheme of management (usually trustees or foundation governors) along with representatives of parents, teachers and, members appointed by the Department.
grant-maintained school meaning: a type of school in the UK between and that received its money directly from central. Learn more. At Academies Actthe link is grant-maintained schools with the "s" outside the link, this is the [[a]]b example at Help:Link#Wikilinks so since the actual link is to grant-maintained school, I wouldn't expect it Grant-maintained schools.
book have the "s" as well. The advantages of grant-maintained status With Brent Davies, Lesley Anderson The advantages of being a self-managing school centre around the general attributes of self-management and those that focus on the particular nature of obtaining the status of and operating as a grant-maintained : Brent Davies, Lesley Anderson.
Grant-maintained definition: In Britain, a grant-maintained school is one which receives money directly from the | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples. This title was first published in This is an examination of the sponsored grant-maintained schools initiative.
These schools were an attempt to increase the diversity of schools within the state-maintained sector so families would have a greater choice when selecting the most desirable school for their by: Book Description.
This title was first published in This is an examination of the sponsored grant-maintained schools initiative. These schools were an attempt to increase the diversity of schools within the state-maintained sector so families would have a greater choice when selecting the most desirable school for their children.
Grant-maintained school definition: a school funded directly by central government | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples. This title was first published in This is an examination of the sponsored grant-maintained schools initiative. These schools were an attempt to increase the diversity of schools within the state-maintained sector so families would have a greater choice when selecting the most desirable school for their : Geoffrey Walford.
Get this from a library. Grant maintained schools, [Inspectorate of Schools (England and Wales); Great Britain. Office for Standards in Education.]. Get this from a library.
Policy and politics in education: sponsored grant-maintained schools and religious diversity. [Geoffrey Walford] -- "This title was first published in This is an examination of the sponsored grant-maintained schools initiative. These schools were an attempt to increase the diversity of schools within the.
The abolition of grant-maintained status has seen former "opted-out" schools facing a cut in funding. The problems have been highlighted by the request for money from parents at the London Oratory School, a former grant-maintained school which is.
The Education (Grant-Maintained Schools) (Finance) (Wales) Regulations Education, England and Wales (Statutory Instruments: ) on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Given the Government's determination to remove the concept of grant-maintained schools from the statute book, the least we should do is accord schools that voted for grant-maintained status within the last 10 years the same protection that the Government are prepared to accord to grammar schools.
Free schools and academies are often seen as a reincarnation of grant-maintained schools and City Technology Colleges of the s. Photograph: Don Mcphee The start of a new year is a time for Author: Ron Glatter. The Education Authority is free to devise its own arrangements, taking account of the requirements and obligations set out in its financial memorandum and the Common Funding Scheme.
Voluntary Grammar Schools and Grant-Maintained Integrated Schools have direct control of their finances and thus the conditions applied to those schools are subject.
Education in the United Kingdom has been shaped by the advent of local school management and the rapid growth of grant-maintained schools. Total Quality Management (TQM) offers a new way of looking at management principles and structures by identifying the needs of both internal and external customers.
This book applies principles of TQM specifically to educational Cited by: This book examines the early experiences of the first grant-maintained Schools and considers the challenges facing the self-managing school in the s.
The book looks at the context of the change of status, what it means to be grant-maintained, and reviews the types of schools that have opted out so far and their reasons for doing so. Voluntary-aided (VA) schools are local-authority-maintained schools and often, but not always, have a religious character.
These schools are eligible for capital funding grants. VA schools are. Grant Maintained Integrated schools have 16 governors on their body, six of whom are parents and Controlled Integrated schools have four parents on their governing body.
This provides a higher level of Parental Involvement than would be the case in some other types of schools.This book analyses changes which have occurred in the organization and management of the UK public services over the last 15 years, looking particularly at the restructured NHS.
The authors present an up to date analysis around three main themes the transfer of private sector models to the public sector2.
the management of change in the public sector3. management .This advice is designed to help employers in all schools with staffing and employment issues, and to inform their decision making. It advises on matters contained within the School Staffing (England) Regulations for maintained schools and for independent schools, which include academies and free schools, the Education.