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In England and Wales, a foundation school is a type of school which enjoys a degree of independence from the local education authority. Foundation schools were set up under the School Standards and Framework Act 1998 to replace grant-maintained schools. Unlike grant-maintained schools they do not receive their funding directly from central government. However, they resemble grant-maintained schools in that their school governors control admissions to the school, employ the school's staff and own the school's estate. A Local Education Authority (LEA) is the part of a council in England or Wales that is responsible for education within that councils jurisdiction. ... A grant-maintained school ,also known as GM school, is a United Kingdom school that has opted out of local government control but still receives central government funding. ... In the United Kingdom, School Governors are the largest volunteer force in the country and have an important part to play in raising school standards through their three key roles of setting strategic direction, ensuring accountability and monitoring and evaluating school performance (http://www. ...


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Davenant Foundation School - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (800 words)
The third strand of the school came into being in 1858 when a Commercial or Grammar School was built in Leman Street under the direction of the Reverend Welden Champneys, the then Rector of Whitechapel.
In 1966, at the invitation of the Essex County Council, the school moved to the leafy suburb of Loughton.
In 1998 the school was awarded the title 'Beacon School' by Her Majesty's Government in recognition of its outstanding contribution to the education of young people and for the high standards of both teaching methods and academic success.
Foundation school - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (109 words)
In England and Wales, a foundation school is a type of school which enjoys a degree of independence from the local education authority.
Foundation schools were set up under the School Standards and Framework Act 1998 to replace grant-maintained schools.
However, they resemble grant-maintained schools in that their school governors control admissions to the school, employ the school's staff and own the school's estate.
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