Cashless schools – can it be done?

27th November 2019

In less than 10 years, cash will make up just nine per cent of transactions in Britain, according to industry body UK Finance. With the UK population going increasingly cashless, can schools do the same? [read more]

Handling team absences

27th November 2019

Employees may need time off for a variety of reasons, from short-term sickness to long-term or chronic illness. With school management teams tending to be quite tight-knit, an absence can prove challenging As many absences [read more]

Twelve ways to seize the day

26th November 2019

A life filled with joy is what most people wish for. There are countless ways to reach for what you want but, when it comes to happiness, little things can make all the difference CREDIT: [read more]

The six basics of effective procurement

26th November 2019

Procurement isn’t rocket science, it’s not brain surgery and it’s not curing illness CREDIT: This is an edited version of an article which originally appeared on CIPS For the most part, procurement is “absolutely about [read more]

Unions comment on Conservative manifesto

26th November 2019

The Association of College Leaders and the National Education Union have commented on the Conservative manifesto which has been released ahead of the upcoming general election Commenting on the education commitments in the Conservative Party [read more]

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