This IFS report confirms our belief that the additional money announced in the Spending Round is insufficient. They point out that even after the Spending Round, schools still have to cope with an unprecedented 13-year long funding squeeze.
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Funding announcement for further education and sixth form colleges is nowhere near to closing the £1.1bn gap.
The Post-16 Conference will take place on Saturday 9 November at Hamilton House, London.
Guidance on the pay framework for sixth form college teachers and advice for NEU representatives for college level discussions on its implementation.
Commenting on the passing of Motion 36 at the Annual Conference of the National Education Union, Dr Mary Bousted, Joint General Secretary of the National Education Union, said: “NEU members are calling on politicians and the public to recognise the weakened and fragmented state of the post-16 sector.
Pay scales and updates on pay negotiations for sixth form colleges.
Specific advice for members in sixth form colleges.
Workload in colleges and schools has reached unprecedented levels. Take action on workload in sixth form colleges today.
Specific advice for members in Further Education (FE) Colleges.
Find out how to put pressure on MPs and Ministers to tackle the post-16 funding crisis.
The term ALPS is derived from A-Level Performance System. ALPS aims to provide value added scores to colleges and to individual courses.
This advice is intended to assist in discussions in relation to recognition and recruitment in FE colleges and sixth form colleges where there are National Education Union (NEU) members.
The basic framework of health and safety law for sixth form colleges
Details of your statutory rights as an employee in the Further education sector. In some cases your contract will provide you with better terms and conditions and, if this is the case, those better terms and conditions will apply.
Details about your employment rights under the Red Book as well as the minimum rights you are entitled to under general employment law.
In desperate times for education funding, post-16 funding has suffered even more.