Annal Nayyar – blogs on DfE Report- Efficiency and value for money in schools

Schools have autonomy over the use of their budgets and so it is for heads and governors to determine at school level how to secure better value for money. All schools should be working to make savings, spending their funds prudently and looking to make the most of their money in order to invest in teaching and learning. On 26 June 2013 the Department for Education announced the results of a review we had conducted on efficiency in schools.


The report identifies a number of characteristics which are common to many of the more efficient schools and proposes a number of actions that schools, government and our partners can take to support greater efficiency in schools

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