A roundup of key legal updates affecting the education sector.
Last month the Government published a new policy paper titled ‘Implementing school system reform in 2022/23’. This implementation plan outlines the next steps following the School’s White Paper published in March.
The Keeping Children Safe in Education Guidance has been updated, effective from 1 September 2022.
A judgment handed down by the Supreme Court could have a significant impact on educational establishments employing people on zero-hour and term-time-only contracts.
The Government has introduced the Schools Bill into Parliament which will implement much of the framework required for the rollout of the plans highlighted in the education White Paper earlier this year.
We offer a number of FREE and paid for training events designed to support schools in their day to day management.
The Court of Appeal has recently rejected an appeal from an assistant headteacher who claimed negligence against the local education authority (LEA) following two assaults by a pupil.
What is a secondment and what are the practical and legal considerations?
The Home Office has announced changes to how employers undertake right-to-work checks for employees and prospective employees.
We’re here to update you on the latest news, guidance and government communications impacting the education sector.
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