• Autumn catch up must not make pupils feel ‘penalised’

    Children who have fallen behind during the coronavirus crisis must not be made to feel they are being “penalised” by having to attend after-school catch-up classes, schools have been warned. The move came after Mossbourne Victoria Park Academy, a secondary in Hackney, emailed parents to say a catch-up programme for pupils who have “not engaged”

    7.00 Jul. 11th, 2020 | News

  • £1bn schools coronavirus ‘catch-up’ package revealed

    The government will spend £1 billion on an education “catch-up plan”, with a large chunk of the cash going directly to schools. Under proposals outlined today, state primary and secondary schools will split £650 million in additional funding for the 2020-21 academic year to help their pupils catch up on education missed as a result

    0.01 Jun. 19th, 2020 | News