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What should schools do about the new data protection laws?

Andrew Gallie highlights how schools can be prepared for the new GDPR which will be introduced...

Adieu to bad debts from parents who can't pay

SPONSORED: Bursars have been bowled over by Premium Credit's latest offering, writes Simon Fry...

Education salaries rise for the first time in four years

Lee Biggins, Founder and Managing Director of CV-Library, comments on the recent increase in e...

Bursaries and scholarships: a win-win situation?

Simon Fry looks at how they're expanding the reach of independent education

New year, new job? How to land an exciting teaching role

SPONSORED: Lee Biggins, Founder and Managing Director of CV-Library, gives his top tips on how...

It's time to get serious, says VWV's Andrew Wherrett

The firm's Senior Associate looks at the duty to report serious incidents to the Charity Commi...

To invest, or not to invest?

Helen Jeys, Headmistress at Alderley Edge School for Girls, looks at building new facilities i...

New online learning portal for financial literacy launches

RedSTART aims to improve confidence in handing money for one million young people by 2025

DLD College London students visit the Financial Times

The students discovered what it was like to work as a journalist for an international publicat...

Challenging gender segregation

Matthew Burgess considers the likely impact on independent schools after Ofsted's successful c...

It's all about the money

Have we arrived in a place where cash is king? Hilary Moriarty has her say?

Debt claims: follow the rules

James Garside discusses the new pre-action protocol for debt claims

How to get the most out of new recruits

Alice Reeve reveals the secret to getting the most out of new employees

84% of adults think primary pupils should learn about money

Money Advisor explains why primary schools should encourage a positive discussion about saving...

How to challenge Ofsted reports

What can a school do to prevent publication of an Ofsted report? Liz Timmins, an associate at ...

How to reap the full benefit of edtech for your school

Chris Labrey, Managing Director UK & IRL, Econocom, talks digital transformation and the proce...

School trips: how to stay safe

Tilden Watson, Head of Education at Zurich Municipal, reveals the top tips for successful scho...

Crucial creativity: Why pupils need creative subjects

In an increasingly automated world with an uncertain future job market, it's more important th...

Mental health in schools: a developing crisis

Louise Gilmer explores mental health in schools and the proposed government measures which may...

The University of London to modernise operations with Unit4

Unit4 Business World Finance, Research, Human Resources and Payroll will be hosted in a privat...

Ignorance is not bliss with FCA regulations

School Fee Plan (SFP), part of Premium Credit Limited, looks at Financial Conduct Authority r...

UWC Atlantic launches scholarships for Dutch students

Willem-Alexander Scholarship Fund will enable Dutch students to receive a world-leading educat...

Keeping your school safe online

Andrew Gallie explores some of the steps that schools should be taking to manage cyber securit...

Children think money grows on trees, new research finds

New research has found that children as old as 12 have little understanding of money

Private schooling for a 4-year-old could be just £72 a week

Real cost of private schooling is lower when savings in childcare are factored in, a new infog...

Introducing the Elliston Award at Ipswich High

Rob Hastings, Director of Sixth Form at Ipswich High, explains how the Elliston Award will hel...

How to make the most of your school catering

VWV's Ed Rimmell looks at how to create a positive relationship with your catering provider

Money matters

School Fee Plan, part of Premium Credit Limited, discuss the challenges that parents face with...

Dealing with unpaid school fees

Phil Roberts, Senior Associate & Debt Recovery Team Manager at Clarke Willmott LLP, looks at t...

The minefields of school uniforms

VWV's Tracey Eldridge-Hinmers looks at how schools can establish a school uniform policy that ...

Schools should feel empowered to provide financial education

Alison Pask, Managing Director, Financial Capability & Community Outreach at LIBF, stresses th...

Saint Martin's ranked 'top school' in Borough

Saint Martin's School excels in Department for Education's league tables for academic performa...

The Maynard tops the DfE Performance Tables

The Maynard School ranked leading independent school in Devon in key areas of the DfE's School...

No slipping!

VWV's Tabitha Cave discusses what should be considered when planning an educational visit or t...

Money management

Steve Wright examines some of the key financial challenges facing the independent school secto...

Young people are still not receiving a financial education

Teenagers have inflated expectations about future salaries due to an inadequate financial educ...

Are your staff and students ready for lockdown?

Richard Manby, MD, Bodet Class Change Systems, explains why it is important that schools are p...

Best of British

Tim Wilbur, Gabbitas Education, discusses how to tackle the financial issues involved in susta...

Spend or splurge? Schools to receive financial education

Lifesavers, a programme to promote financial educations, will be introduced in primary schools...

Your Obligations for Transgender Pupils

VWV's Tracey Eldridge-Hinmers looks at the issues of protection within gender reassignment in ...