調査, by the Sutton Trust, それを明らかにしました 68% of primary school senior leaders reported receiving insufficient catch-up funding this year.
Two-thirds of primary head teachers have reported receiving insufficient funding to help pupils catch up in school following disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic, 新しい調査によると.
調査, によって Sutton Trust, それを明らかにしました 68% of primary school senior leaders reported receiving insufficient catch-up funding this year.
一方 51 reported they have had to cut teaching assistants.
Other cuts reported included 35% saying they had cut support staff, そして 32% saying they had cut IT equipment.
Secondary school heads reported being less affected, と 53% reporting that funding had been sufficient.
しかしながら, a significant number of secondary school heads reported making cuts, 含む 24% reporting cuts to teaching staff, 28% to assistants, そして 31% to support staff (31%).
The survey also found that 33% of school heads reported dipping into the pupil premium fund for poorer students to plug gaps in their general budget.
Sir Peter Lampl, founder and chairman of the Sutton Trust and chairman of the Education Endowment Foundation, said the survey results showed the “monumental challenges” facing schools as a result of the pandemic.
“Today’s polling shows that schools are facing monumental challenges as a result of the pandemic, with schools having to cut crucial staff and support for pupils," 彼は言った.
“With all these ongoing pressures, dedicated funding for poorer pupils through the pupil premium is more crucial than ever. It’s a disgrace that a third of heads still report using pupil premium funding to plug budget gaps.
「 政府 must make an enormous investment in education recovery so that all pupils are given a chance to succeed”.