• DfE ‘minded to terminate’ funding of ‘inadequate’ primary academy in Wiltshire

    A Wiltshire primary school that is part of the Diocese of Salisbury Academy Trust faces having its funding stopped and being rebrokered to a new sponsor after receiving an ‘inadequate’ grade from Ofsted in July. Marden Vale CofE Academy was judged ‘inadequate’ in every category except its early years provision, which ‘requires improvement,’ following its

    13.40 Aug. 24th, 2018 | News

  • DfE 'minded to terminate' funding of 'inadequate' academy in Bristol

    An all-through academy in Bristol faces having its funding stopped and being rebrokered to a new sponsor after inspectors identified “serious weaknesses”. The Trust in Learning (Academies) (TiLA) chain has been told the government is “minded to terminate” its funding agreement with Bridge Learning Campus (BLC). It means that unless improvements are made, the funding deal

    14.31 Aug. 1st, 2018 | News

  • Dorset school told to improve or have funding withdrawn

    A Dorset multi academy trust has been warned that one of its schools will have its funding agreement terminated if it does not improve on a damning Ofsted inspection. Lisa Mannall, the regional schools commissioner for the south-west, has written to the Twynham Learning multi-academy trust, after The Grange School in Christchurch was rated ‘inadequate’ with

    17.57 Jun. 11th, 2018 | News