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14 December 2021 Families of Schools –Where are we with the DfE Messaging?

In the intervening years we have seen the actual number of schools converting to academy status over the past few years has gone up and down in a succession of waves.

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6 December 2021 Schools and Covid vaccinations - the legal landscape

The Government has decided that healthy 12 – 15 year olds can receive the Covid-19 vaccine and this autumn the first dose is being offered as part of the school based vaccination programme.

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30 November 2021 Emergence from COVID-19: Contracts

Our top tips for avoiding legal issues long after contracts are signed, including those quickly set up due to COVID-19.

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29 November 2021 Moving on from COVID: Legal considerations in a Post-Pandemic World

There are several considerations for senior leaders and governors/trustees of schools to keep in mind as we go forward.

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18 November 2021 Flexible working in a post Covid world

The Coronavirus Pandemic made many changes in Education. Some changes will remain after the pandemic including the way we go about our work.

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21 October 2021 Women in knowledge exchange and spinouts

Women may have broken down many professional and personal barriers, but significant gender disparity remains in the research and development community.

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14 October 2021 Executive pay – new benchmarking data for school trusts

The first national salary benchmarking survey for executive leaders in school trusts, conducted by XpertHR, with the support of the Confederation of School Trusts (CST) and their platinum partner, Browne Jacobson has been published.

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22 September 2021 Natasha’s Law in schools

On 21 October 2021, legislation commonly known as Natasha’s Law will come into force. Teenager Natasha Ednan-Laperouse died after suffering an allergic reaction to an undeclared ingredient (sesame seeds) in a pre-packed baguette.

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22 September 2021 The Importance of Proactively Managing Employees

Managing employees proactively and efficiently is integral to the success of any school or trust. Senior leaders must demonstrate strong leadership abilities to achieve operational efficiency, improve morale, and deliver on strategy.

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7 September 2021 Legal issues arising from teacher assessed grades in a period of pandemic

Students can appeal TAGs in a number of ways. Considered & consistent communication on the school’s position can help to avoid escalation.

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