Writing a letter to headteachers report

Remember that exercise lowers your stress levels, makes you feel happy and more alert.

Headteachers termly report to governors

The government seems to be in denial about this. In reality, the only way we can work within our projected budget is to reduce the number of staff resulting in mixed year groups, large plus class sizes and reduced teaching support. Please do not let them worry you. They do not know that you participate in sports, wonder about the future or sometimes help your little brother or sister after school. The majority of pupils taking the tests are aged seven or It will not define who you are, you are worth more and are better than that. Under this government, funding per pupil is going down. You are a strong, resilient member of our community and people will think highly of you because of this and not because of how many questions you can answer.

Share via Email Sats are unpopular with many parents, but school leaders have cautioned them against boycotting the tests.

Photograph: Alamy Stock Photo It is a ritual almost as established as the exams themselves, but with the year 6 Sats tests for primary school pupils in England starting this week, it is also that time of year when encouraging notes and messages from schools and teachers get the opportunity to go viral on social media.

How is this serving our children well? You are a strong, resilient member of our community and people will think highly of you because of this and not because of how many questions you can answer.

The government seems to be in denial about this. A Department for Education spokesperson said the government had protected the core schools budget in real terms since and quoted analysis by the Institute for Fiscal Studies which showed that spending per pupil almost doubled in real terms between and Clearly, this level of cuts will have a huge impact on the standard of education we can provide our children.

But instead of investing in hard-pressed schools that are losing staff, increasing class sizes and cutting the curriculum, the prime minister is allocating resources to pet projects that no one voted for.

Share via Email Schools in London and other urban areas are set to lose out to rural and coastal towns. Please do not let them worry you.

A headteachers report at the end of a term

Under this government, funding per pupil is going down. In reality, the only way we can work within our projected budget is to reduce the number of staff resulting in mixed year groups, large plus class sizes and reduced teaching support. Get yourself outside for a game of football, cricket or whatever sport you enjoy. This budget shows the money is available. They do not know that you participate in sports, wonder about the future or sometimes help your little brother or sister after school. A Department for Education spokesperson said the government had protected the core schools budget in real terms since and quoted analysis by the Institute for Fiscal Studies which showed that spending per pupil almost doubled in real terms between and How is this serving our children well? They do not know that your friends can count on you to be there for them; that your laughter can brighten the darkest day or that your face turns red when you feel shy. Go for a walk or run, climb a tree; anything that will get your heart pumping a little. Please do not let them worry you. The government seems to be in denial about this. It will not define who you are, you are worth more and are better than that. Share via Email Sats are unpopular with many parents, but school leaders have cautioned them against boycotting the tests. The letters, sent out to parents in the run-up to the budget on Wednesday, are part of an increasingly organised campaign against the revised national funding formula in which schools in London and other urban areas will lose out to rural and coastal towns.

This budget shows the money is available. They have not seen your natural talent for dancing or playing a musical instrument.

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Headteachers write to parents over school funding and job cuts