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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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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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21 July 2021 The bubble system has ended: what do education providers need to do now?

The government has announced the end of the bubble system in schools as of today (19 July 2021), in recognition of the fact that the requirement for whole bubbles to self-isolate for 10 days following a single positive case of COVID-19 was causing disruption to many children’s education.

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3 June 2021 Data protection considerations for education institutions under current working arrangements

The education sector has faced a number of challenges during the pandemic. Changes have required careful consideration in respect of how students are supported in their education whilst keeping them safe. One of the main areas of law which has had to be considered in the changes made is data protection.

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28 May 2021 What does the DfE guidance ‘Building Stronger Trusts’ mean for you?

It depends on whether you are local authority maintained or single academy trust, underperforming, Church of England or Catholic or an MAT.

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10 February 2021 Cautions, convictions and your safer recruitment process

New rules have come into effect about the convictions and cautions to be disclosed during recruitment. In this article, Dai Durbridge sets out what you need to do now.

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16 December 2020 Safer recruitment after Brexit

On 31 December 2020 the Brexit transition period will come to an end. This will end the free movement of EU, EEA and Swiss nationals to live, work and study in the UK without prior permission. From 1 January 2021, teachers who teachers who qualified in any of the above countries applying for Qualified Teacher Status will need to provide a letter of professional standing from the professional regulating authority in the country that they qualified.

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11 November 2020 Evidencing compliance through training outcomes

Perhaps now more than ever, good health and safety knowledge among staff is critical for the safety of staff, pupils and parents.

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