Archive for October, 2015

ANNAL NAYYAR re: BBC report on Teacher shortage ‘costing millions in supply staff’

Teachers’ union leaders are warning that teacher shortages are costing schools hundreds of millions of pounds in temporary supply staff. The National Union of Teachers says schools in England spent £733m last year on supply teacher agencies. The union says it is wasting money intended for children’s education. Education Secretary Nicky Morgan is launching a [...]

Annal Nayyar – article states Academic standards continue to rise under the academies programme

Standards continue to rise under the government’s flagship academies programme, which is improving the education of thousands of pupils across the country, provisional GCSE figures published today (15 October 2015) show. Provisional GCSE results, published for the first time today, show that converter academies are performing 7.2 percentage points above the national average, with 63.3% of pupils achieving the [...]

I would whole hearted recommend his services as I believe the school receives excellent value for money. I feel one step ahead and the unwelcome surprises are fading away. I have peace of mind, a quality I find priceless. Annal is firmly a part of our school.

As a newly appointed first time Headteacher, I was very keen to audit the financial procedures within the school. Annal Nayyar was recommended to me by a local Headteacher, who had been in a similar situation.   I can honestly say this was one of the best decisions I made and have not looked back. After [...]

Annal Nayyar provides a highly professional service to the Academies Trust.

Annal Nayyar provides a highly professional service to the Academies Trust. Over the past twelve months he has helped to establish a secure financial basis for the conversion of one school and the sponsorship of another to academy status under the Trust’s umbrella. In particular, his Responsible Officer reports to the Board of Directors and [...]

Annal Nayyar- report on Labour’s free schools pledge could be costly

There will be no more free schools under a future Labour government, the shadow education secretary has said. During her first speech in post, Lucy Powell also told her party’s conference in Brighton that academy chains would be made accountable. Critics of free schools complain they are expensive and often not in the areas where [...]

Annal Nayyar blogs A recent report suggests top graduates ‘offered £30,000′ to teach physics

Top graduates are being offered tax-free bursaries of up to £30,000 to train to teach key academic subjects, such as maths and physics, Nick Gibb, the schools minister, announced today. The sum represents an increase of £5,000 from last year for first-class physics graduates, who can now expect to be rewarded a £30,000 incentive for [...]