Managing Funding and Finance in Schools Conference: Efficiency in education
“Mainstream schools have to make £3 billion in efficiency savings by 2019-20 against a background of growing pupil numbers and a real-terms reduction in funding per pupil.” – National Audit Office
Nearly three quarters of head teachers believe their school budgets will be unsustainable by 2019, as per pupil funding is expected to fall 8% by 2020. As costs continue to rise along with pupil numbers, it is more important than ever for school leaders to reduce spending and find value for money without compromising on the quality. Pay rises, national insurance contributions and pensions are all contributing to the increases in staffing costs which have forced many schools to reduce their work force. According to the National Audit Office, UK schools could save £1.7 billion by using existing staff more efficiently and a further £1.3 billion during the procurement process.
Join us for the Managing Funding and Finance in Schools Conference where leading business managers and experts from across the education sector will reveal how to get the most from your school’s budget. Discover how to save money while continuing to deliver excellent education outcomes, how schools can collaborate to make efficiency savings and how to find value for money in the procurement process.
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- how to enhance school financial management practice in the face of increasingly tight budgetary constraints in maintained schools and academies too
- a range of best practice case studies in financial management
- maximised efficiency savings, enhanced income generation and demonstrated excellent financial leadership at a challenging time for the school sector
- developing and implementing a school-wide financial management plan for the next school year
- delivering savings without compromising the quality of education delivered
- addressing issues such as staff structuring and pay