Methodical planning to avoid budget misery

5th March 2019

It’s getting harder for school business leaders to balance the books, but they can anticipate budget challenges with some careful and methodical planning, says Hayley Dunn If Charles Dickens was writing today he might have [read more]

Handling strike action in schools

28th February 2019

According to NEU figures, four in five state school members are prepared to strike over funding. EdExec provides a reminder of the government’s advice on what schools should do when faced with strike action Many schools [read more]

Illuminating leadership

27th February 2019

The theme of this year’s Institute of School Business Leadership (ISBL) national conference is leadership. Here, the ISBL looks at what’s in store for delegates How are you illuminating your own practice and that of [read more]

From the magazine: Focus on the future

29th January 2019

Seaview Primary in north Belfast was named the UK school with the most ‘innovative use of technology in learning’ at the TES awards this year. Over the course of a Skype call, Marie Cahalane caught [read more]

Know your school estate

25th January 2019

In many respects, school estates are unique; however, in terms of registered or unregistered land and easements, there is nothing special to consider – their registered title to land works in exactly the same way [read more]

From the magazine: The art of funding bid success

22nd January 2019

How can you maximise your funding bid success? Independent procurement consultant Naomi Clews, of Naomi Clews Consultancy Ltd, provides insights into how to manage multiple funding bid streams, estimate project costs and communicate effectively to [read more]

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