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Feb 26 2019

SIMS Personnel User - primary

Learn about the maintenance and management of staff contracts in SIMS

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Feb 28 2019

Chairs Network Meeting

The Chairs network is a termly meeting which includes a briefing on the latest developments in governance and updates from the DfE.

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Feb 28 2019

HCSS Budgeting User Training

This training provides you with a comprehensive step-by-step guide through the HCSS Budgeting software supported by experienced professionals.

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Mar 1 2019

School Finance Spring Event

This termly briefing provides the latest updates from the School Finance Team, as well as appropriate presentations from the Local Authority and our other services to help support you in your role.

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Educational Psychology

Young People, Excessive Internet Use and Mental Health

By Helen Gore on

For young people today, the vast majority of them do not know life without the convenience and accessibility of the internet. 

Are young people spending more time online and is that causing the difficulties with their mental health or are young people feeling lonely, disengaged and turning to the internet? Nevertheless, high internet use and negative affect appear to be related.

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School Finance

Financial Year End 2018/19

By One Education on

Schools have to close their current financial year 2018/2019 accounts to Manchester City Council by Thursday 18th April 2018. As Easter holidays fall before the deadline there will be a tight turn around in order for your school to meet the LA deadline.

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FGM: Safeguarding Issues in the news

By Education Welfare and Safeguarding Team on

Today, 1st February 2019 it was reported that a mother was found guilty of an FGM offence regarding her 3 year old daughter. FGM isn’t just a concern for overseas, it has been and is happening here in the UK, in 2019!

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Technology, the internet and how to stay safe.

By James Traynor on

With ‘Safer Internet Day’ on 5th February fast approaching, I believe this is a perfect opportunity to really take a long hard look on how we use and manage our online habits and the habits of the children around us.

Children as young as 3 had their own smartphones, and children as young as 5 had their own social media profiles. This trend is continuing and the number of young children accessing internet content is only going to grow.

Read the full article for tips and resources.

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Case Studies



The headteacher of a primary school had tried everything to support a pupil we’ll call Sam, but he was now on the verge of permanent exclusion. Isolated at home and school, he had made no educational progress for a year.

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Penalty notices

Trinity CE High School in Manchester identified that they needed to introduce penalty notices for attendance to ensure that their practice included all the measures available to them to support and encourage pupils to be in school and to enable them to use legislation where appropriate.

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