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Browne Jacobson has again been delighted to work in partnership with the Association of School and College Leaders (ASCL) and the National Governors’ Association (NGA).
It is striking from the survey responses that, amid all the pressures leaders face, the financial pressures are clearly being acutely felt.
With ever more ambitious financial targets being set by central government, the need to look at different ways to make savings, safeguard services and generate income are becoming more important for local authorities, and even central government departments, to some degree.
The Education (Independent School Standards) Regulations 2014 require academies to publish on their website a copy of any Ofsted inspection report relating to the academy and details of the academy’s arrangements for safeguarding and the promotion of the welfare of pupils.
School Information (England) Regulations 2008 (as amended) apply to all maintained schools and requires that the following information is published on the school’s website.
These FAQs are designed for single academies who want to join an existing multi academy trust (MAT).
These FAQ are designed for single schools looking to convert to academy status, a group of schools wishing to form a multi academy trust or a school looking to convert and join an existing multi academy trust.
These FAQs are designed for organisations considering becoming an academy sponsor.
These FAQs are designed for schools acquiring sponsored academy status.
Statutory warning notices are a well-established school intervention measure.
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