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AET (Adademies Enterprise Trust) "fails too many pupils"' says OFSTED.  AET sponsored East Point Academy, put into Special Measures in 2013.  Taken over by Inspiration Trust in December 2014.   Source: Guardian article on http://www.theguardian.com/education/2016/feb/04/largest-academy-chain-letting-down-pupils-dfe-ofsted


Suffolk Reviews Specialist/Alternative Provision for the fifth time in four years - and still not getting it right.

NUT Response to Consultation Jan-Feb 2016

The Future of Specialist Provision in Suffolk (January 2016 consultation)   Source: County Council paper and CONSULTATION PACK with RESPONSE FORM


Suffolk CC CYP re-structures again!  No more school advisors.  Full details

Source: SCC Staff Consultation Pack 5th March 2015


Another Ipswich Academy goes into "Special Measures" Source: EADT 12/2/15

Ipswich Academy, formerly Holywells High School, has been branded as “inadequate” by Ofsted in all five areas, with teaching described as “poor” and a section of students slammed for “persistently” bunking off.    More>>>


Proposal from SCC for new 11-16 School for Moreton Hall, Bury St Edmunds

Source: SCC Background Information Document

Suffolk NUT Note: Suffolk County Council is proposing a new 11-16 School for Bury St Edmunds. Suffolk NUT is concerned that this will mean four separate schooling systems in Bury

- a) the all-through (three-tier) Academy, retaining Middle Schools, with County Upper School providing the Sixth Form

b) the two-tier Primary and Secondary pyramid with an 11-18 King Edward VI Upper School, with established Sixth Form

c) the mostly 2-tier Catholic pyramid with St Benedict's established Sixth Form (but the fate of St Louis Middle still uncertain)

d) A single 11-16 school on Moreton Hall, without a sixth-form of its own.  Pupils in schools without sixth forms or a 14-19 continuum tend to be at a disadvantage when it comes to post -16 courses.

Plus, of course, the West Suffolk College.


February 2015 Source: EADT website

Hadleigh Primary School headteacher, Neil Jackson.

Hadleigh Community Primary School headteacher, Neil Jackson, resigns over ‘faceless government’ education rules which leave teachers ‘stressed and exhausted’

A Suffolk headteacher has attacked “faceless government” education rules which have left him unable to help children learn in his resignation letter.

Read full story on EADT site »


Current: EOTAS in Suffolk still not up to standard.  Source: SCC, CYP, Council Paper

Paul Senior Report on "Alternative Provision in Suffolk" , re-printed in Action Plan for EOTAS in Suffolk.


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Suffolk One in Dire Straits:   (source: Suffolk People's Assembly)

Suffolk One’s Funding Crisis

The scale of the cuts proposed at “Suffolk One” Sixth Form college are worse than was originally reported .
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OFSTED Report on Suffolk Local Authority