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HR & Payroll

Apprenticeship Levy Impact

By Rachel Foster on

On 6 April 2017 the way the government funds apprenticeships in England is changing with the introduction the Apprenticeship Levy. The Levy is one element of the government’s reforms to increase the number of apprenticeships to three million by 2020.

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HR & Payroll

National Education Union

By One Education on

Members of the National Union of Teachers (NUT) and the Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL) have voted to merge the two unions to form a new ‘super union’, it has been announced this week.

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SEND Support

Girls with Autism

By Helen Marriott on

Last week I had the fortune of hearing Professor Barry Carpenter talk at One Education’s 17th SEND Conference, where he led a workshop entitled ‘Girls and Autism: Flying under the radar’.

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Therapeutic Interventions

Autism Awareness Week

By Colette Flynn on

What can we do as professionals in education to psychologically support children with diagnoses along the autistic spectrum? Next week is Autism Awareness Week and there has been much recent coverage of this topic in the media.

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HR & Payroll

Using Appraisal as a Tool

By Pam Mason on

Workload struggles, financial restraints and Ofsted pressures are all in the mix when handling staffing issues and staff morale. Appraisal however, is one of the many management tools available to support the performance of both teachers and support staff working in your school.

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Dyslexia

Hard Deadline for Access Arrangements

By Grant Peden on

The introduction of a ‘hard deadline’ to the online application of GCSE Access Arrangements has changed the first half of this academic year from busy to frantic for the specialist assessor. Until this year, the deadline was ‘soft’ and late applications were accepted.

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