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Tag Archives: finance
“This (recently published) report was commissioned in 2010, and its content may not reflect current DfE policy.” Executive Summary of the Report (pub 2012): “Understanding School Financial Decisions“ With over £30bn of public money spent every year, English schools face complex … Continue reading
From: Fraud risks in schools – advice for school governors (pdf) As a school governor, should I be concerned about fraud? This is the advice from the Audit Commission on protecting the public purse, published November 2011. They say: Yes, school staff … Continue reading
May 2013: One school’s website showing how they report on the pupil premium. April 2013: See also the C2G post on what Ofsted say about governance and the pupil premium. Update – September 2012: Education Minister David Laws announced that the Government … Continue reading
Good question! I think yes, because the Guide to the Law (2010) specifically cites Associate Members as bringing expertise such as Finance. However, it also says that Associate Members may not vote on the budget or financial commitments, so if, … Continue reading