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Academy reviews of value for money
How must academies show they have achieved value for money? Academies no longer need to write a separate value for money statement, but must include a review of value for money in the accounts. This article outlines guidance on the purpose and structure of the review, and points to examples.
- Purpose and structure
- Choosing examples
- Model review
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