Schools face new online requirements

Written by: HTU | Published:

Schools are required to publish key pieces of information and data online from this month. Revised regulations came into force on September 1 that scrap the requirement for schools to publish its prospectus annually and instead set out new online requirements. Schools must now publish online:

Schools are required to publish key pieces of information and data online from this month. Revised regulations came into force on September 1 that scrap the requirement for schools to publish its prospectus annually and instead set out new online requirements. Schools must now publish online:



- Pupil Premium allocation, use and impact on attainment.



- Curriculum provision, content and approach by year and subject.



- Admission arrangements.



- Its policy in relation to behaviour, charging, and SEN and disability provision.



- Links to Ofsted reports and performance data.



- Its latest key stage 4 attainment and progress measures.



Also scrapped under the revised School Information Regulations is the requirement for schools to have a curriculum policy.



For the Pupil Premium, schools must publish details of its allocation and plans to spend it. For previous years, schools should publish “a statement of how the money was spent and the impact that it had".



For more information, visit www.education.gov.uk/schools.



• For more primary education news from Headteacher Update, click here.


This material is protected by MA Education Limited copyright.
See Terms and Conditions.

Comments
Name
 
Email
 
Comments
 

Please view our Terms and Conditions before leaving a comment.

Change the CAPTCHA codeSpeak the CAPTCHA code
 
About Us

Headteacher Update is the only magazine delivered directly to every primary school headteacher in the UK. It is published six times a year, at the beginning of each term and half-term, to keep headteachers up-to-date with everything going on in primary education.

Learn more about Headteacher update

Newsletter

Register to receive regular updates on primary education news delivered free to your inbox.