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A practical approach to dealing with complaints in schools
Complaints, and how to deal with them, can be a tricky area for schools to navigate and is something we are increasingly being asked …
In case you missed it over the summer
A round-up of education news, legislative changes and updates from over the summer break and last term.
COVID-19 advice and guidance
The latest changes to advice and guidance for schools when it comes to mitigating risk from COVID-19 including new research on the governance challenges schools and Trusts have faced during the pandemic.
Employee issues and insight
What can we glean from the latest consultations and tribunals? Plus, the latest on right to work checks and gender pay gap reporting deadlines.
Time to learn – Training for Schools 2022
We offer a number of webinars, masterclasses and training courses designed to support schools in their day to day management.
Summer eNews: Looking forward to September 2021
Our experts provide a roundup of some things to consider when looking ahead to the Autumn term.
Incase you missed it: Summer eNews round up
A roundup of education news, legislative changes and updates from the last term.
The recruitment process: how to avoid a claim
If you’re an employer, at some point you’ll go through a recruitment process. But how do you make sure that this process is fair?
Building back better? Understanding the government’s plans for multi-academy trusts
We discuss the Education Secretary’s recent announcement setting out plans to increase the number of pupils being educated in academies and what that means for schools and existing Multi-Academy Trusts.
7 considerations for schools on their employees’ return to school
When schools began to open more widely towards the end of the summer term, we outlined 5 key questions for schools to consider on …