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NCTL Teaching Ban

By Rachel Foster on

A female teacher has recently been banned from teaching for at least three years for having a relationship with a sex offender and not telling her school.

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School Mediation

By Karen McCabe on

Poorly managed disputes can lead, amongst other problems, to stress, high absence and turnover, grievances, poor performance and decision-making, sabotage and employment tribunal claims...

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School Equality Obligations

By Laura Clark on

Is your school complying with its duties and responsibilities under the Equality Act 2010? Do your governors and staff know which behaviour is unlawful under the Act and how equality law applies to them?

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Key Considerations in Restructures

By Laura Clark on

The fact that schools are currently facing the most significant financial pressure since the mid-1990s, means that school leaders across the country are now being compelled to consider whole-scale reviews of their staffing structures.

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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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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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