The days are long gone when a tennis umpire or football referee’s decision was final.
A multi academy trust (MAT) has been the subject of an investigation by the Education and Skills Funding Agency, following concerns relating to financial management and governance.
School business leaders feel undervalued and do not believe they receive a salary that reflects the importance of their role, according to a new survey.
The law relating to statutory holiday pay and part-time staff was clarified recently, after an Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) ruled that a part-time music teacher had been unfairly discriminated against.
Dedicated Palmers team members have been rewarded for their efforts in mentoring local schoolchildren and taking part in careers activities.
More than 100 colleges have been warned that they “need to familiarise themselves” with the new Further Education Insolvency rules.
An investigation by the BBC has revealed that fines totalling £24million have been handed out over the past three years, for unauthorised absences which include children being taken out of school during term-time for family holidays.
Pupils from across South Essex are set to benefit from a mentoring scheme organised by Palmers, which is intended to boost their confidence and ambitions.
The Department for Education has announced that it intends to change the rules relating to the way school debt is handled by local authorities, to encourage multi-academy trusts (MATs) to sponsor challenging schools.
A police warning has been issued to both private and state schools after a recent spate of fraudulent activity involving scam emails that are targeting payments from parents.