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Cyber-criminals target schools

Cyber attack

Some brief advice for schools on dealing with the latest scams and cyber attacks

Putting the ‘read’ into readiness

Books

“Let us read and let us dance – two amusements that will never do any harm to the world.” Voltaire

Duty to Disclose…

Women with head in hands

Our experts review a recent Supreme Court ruling to uphold a headteacher’s dismissal, with some interesting observations, analysis and advice.

“Going concern” a growing concern

Budget calculater

With financial pressures getting greater every year, check out these five top tips to help you manage things like budgets, staffing costs and trust reserves.

New landmarks on the data protection horizon

In the as yet unsettled waters of privacy and data protection, GDPR expert Gillian Scribbins, of Muckle LLP, flags up the developments organisations should be aware of to stay afloat.

A brighter future for children of the North

Following the recent ‘Growing up North’ report we have compiled an overview of the main headlines and recommendations to keep you up to date.

Risky business? Weigh up the costs and the benefits of the RPA

Does your academy have a risk protection arrangement (RPA) in place? Learn more about the DfE’s latest guidance for academies.

Biometric Analysis: Dactyloscopy dialled down

With more schools and colleges looking into fingerprint, retina or facial recognition technology, our experts explain some of the practicalities of introducing this in education.

GDP…Argh or Ahhh?

From sighs of relief to screams of frustration, GDPR has evoked many emotions. For some rational advice for schools – read our review of the DfE’s new data protection toolkit.

Councils look out for Local Government Ombudsman

You might be surprised how the LGO handled a parent complaint about a local authority’s efforts to find alternative education for an excluded child.