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    Create Box

    Not all home learning environments are equal. Put together Create Boxes for children in your school.

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    Child poverty - the facts

    Coronavirus has shone a light on the reality of child poverty in 2021 - job losses, illness and increased economic pressure has pushed too many families over the brink, limiting the life chances of millions of children and young people. It doesn’t have to be this way.

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    Academisation of Catholic schools

    Academisation of Catholic schools has accelerated in recent years, with a number of Catholic dioceses encouraging schools to convert to academy status as part of Catholic Multi Academy Trusts (MATs).

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    What is an academy?

    The Government continues to promote its academy agenda, encouraging and compelling schools to become academies as part of multi-academy trusts (MATs). This guidance sets out the legal rights and arguments that can be made to resist academisation.

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    New Framework Agreement for supply teachers

    Pay and conditions for supply teachers is an emotive issue for our members. New Framework Agreement is welcomed but a return to direct employment of supply teachers is needed.

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    School summer break

    No evidence to suggest shorter summer holidays would improve education outcomes.

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    Supply members

    Supply agencies increase costs, drive down educators' pay and reduce security.

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    Gender pay gap

    Despite Government promises, for teachers, the gender pay gap persists.

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    Early years education

    Early Years Foundation Stage is a distinct phase of education, with specific values and approaches, not just a preparation for school.

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    School places crisis

    Local authorities should be freed from Government policy to address the school places crisis