Posts by: billy.camden

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A local authority’s choice of school sponsor has been vetoed, in a first sign of the government’s new regional schools commissioners (RSC) showing their muscle, Schools Week can...
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School governors often spend more time governing than trustees in many other charities. Are staffing issues to blame? This is Trustees’ Week, but I imagine almost all academy...
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Schools must not ignore the Bribery Act but a few simple steps should make it easy to avoid running the risk of breaking the law There is a...
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Global Entrepreneurship Week is a good start, but it’s not enough to teach young people all the skills they need to be entrepreneurs Global Entrepreneurship Week is back; a...
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People who want to chair the company board of multi-academy trusts should consider taking a more junior position first, says the south-west regional schools commissioner. Sir David Carter...
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Schools have saved £12 million in the past academic year by entering more pupils for exams on time, Schools Week estimates. Ofqual’s latest figures show that in 2013/14,...
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A Lincoln academy turned its students into a live flash mob to mark the opening of a new £8,000 library last week. The opening ceremony of the new reading...
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Ofsted has appointed an education law expert to review their own investigation into alleged inspection irregularities at three Norfolk schools. Julian Gizzi (pictured) will review an inquiry into...
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Prejudice among some governing bodies are stopping women becoming headteachers, a charity warns. The Future Leaders Trust says that while 52 per cent of its participants are women,...
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UK heads joined school leaders from around the world in Washington to explore ways of developing professional learning and providing effective feedback. Earlier this week, I was fortunate...
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A teacher has been banned from the classroom after he lied about his GCSE grades and past experience when he applied for an internal promotion. Matthew Brown, 33,...