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Thursday, 22 June 2017
Schools will always have considered taking disciplinary action against staff where an employee has failed to report safeguarding concerns or has failed to highlight any circumstance that may pose a risk or an increased risk to children.
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Friday, 16 June 2017
Louise Gilmer explores mental health in schools and the proposed measures which may help to alleviate the problem.
Articles & Blogs Data Protection Independent Schools
Friday, 02 June 2017
Andrew Gaille explores some of the steps that schools should be taking to manage cyber security risks
Articles & Blogs Employment Further Education Independent Schools
If teachers lawfully strike for one day, at what rate can the school or college make a deduction of pay?
Tuesday, 28 March 2017
As we move into the Easter holiday, here is a quick round up of some key regulatory compliance changes over the last term.
Articles & Blogs Employment Independent Schools
As the trend of legal decisions establishing worker status continues, should you reconsider your arrangements for employing self-employed contractors?
Articles & Blogs Debt Recovery Independent Schools
Are you confident you have effective measures in place to work with parents who are struggling to pay their school fees?
Articles & Blogs Independent Schools Immigration
From 6 April 2017, nursery, primary and secondary school teachers applying for Tier 2 visas outside the UK will need to provide criminal record certificates in support of their applications.
There have been some recent developments around data protection law. What are they and what do you need to do?
On 16 March, the Home Office published 269 pages of changes to the Immigration Rules. Buried in the detail are some significant changes for independent school sponsors.
Friday, 24 February 2017
School uniform, we are told, plays an invaluable role in contributing to the ethos of a school and setting an appropriate tone.
Tuesday, 24 January 2017
The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse has had a tumultuous start. Now, two and half years later, we consider the Chair's report on progress so far.
Brexit, a new Prime Minister, a new Home Secretary, concerns around high level of immigration, a consultation on reducing student immigration numbers anticipated
Under data protection law, schools must be transparent with individuals about the data which is held about them.
Whilst minibuses have always been a complex issue for schools, the latest ISI Handbook clarifies that compliance with correct licensing for minibuses and drivers