Demystifying the work-life balance

9th March 2018

CREDIT: This story was first seen in Lifehack and is written by Leon Ho, founder and CEO of Lifehack Kate is a hard-working manager working at a startup company. She toils at work but gets that nagging feeling [read more]

The nuclear family: centralised core services

8th March 2018

When it comes to schools and academies there’s no such thing as a ‘one size fits all’ solution. However, given the significant time and cost savings realised through the centralisation of core services – such as finance [read more]

Showcasing a digital transformation

7th March 2018

After their local authority was approached by a leading tech firm Carlton Primary, London, agreed to partner with the company on a digital classroom project that has since led to the school changing the course [read more]

Is your procurement fit for purpose?

7th March 2018

‘Every penny counts’ – a familiar jingle that holds very true in the education sector. As schools walk the financial tightrope being procurement-savvy has never been more important. Marie Cahalane explores how SBMs can really [read more]

In-depth analysis on the DfE’s QTS consultation

6th March 2018

The DfE has launched a consultation on Strengthening Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) and Improving Career Progression for Teachers. What might this mean for the education sector? The National Association of School-Based Teacher Trainers (NASBTT) has [read more]

Positioning yourself for success

1st March 2018

The role of the business manager is integral in schools. Facing a diverse and continually developing range of responsibilities – from finance and recruitment to leadership development and ICT – how can SBMs ensure that their [read more]

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