There are calls for the Department for Education to explain how the collapse of Carillion will impact schools.
A local authority has reportedly refused to give a school further funding after alleging that it ran up a £2.7 million debt.
A new survey has revealed that the majority of teachers do not feel prepared to deal with sexual harassment in schools, and more than half are unsure what policies – if any – their school has to address it.
Over 60 schools, which were ranked ‘inadequate’ by Ofsted, have been waiting 17 months for an academy trust to take over their running.
The Wakefield City Academies Trust (WCAT) is continuing to cause issues for the Department for Education (DfE), following calls to publish an official report into the “struggling” MAT.
An IT expert has warned that schools may have to free up a member of staff to work three days per week on new EU data protection issues, which are set to take effect in May 2018.
New data protection laws will be introduced from next year carrying substantial fines for organisations who fail to observe the new rules.
Like any business, schools need to be vigilant in order to ensure that they do not fall victim to fraudsters.
Following the Grenfell tower block disaster, Schools Minister Nick Gibb has confirmed that any schools taller than four storeys (18 metres high) will be examined to establish if they are safe.
A head teacher, who was fired following an unsuccessful prosecution for assault against a pupil, has won his case for unfair dismissal.