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An Orchard Park primary is a good school for the first time in its history. The Parks Primary Academy, in Courtway Road, has been judged ‘good’ by Ofsted just 17 months after it was put in special measures. At the education watchdog’s first visit to the school as an academy in December, inspectors praised the school’s transformation, leaders’ ambition and pupils’
A west Hull school is set to become one of the last secondary schools in the city to become an academy. Newland School for Girls, in Cottingham Road, plans to convert to an academy as part of the Yorkshire & Humber Co-operative Learning Trust (YHCLT) on March 1. Usually run by an academy trust or sponsor, an academy receives its money
School budgets are close to breaking point in England suggests research by a head teachers’ union. A survey of more than 1,000 schools by the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT) shows the number in deficit has doubled since 2015. And 71% of the heads polled were only able to balance their budgets by making