Allergic Reaction - New Legislation
  February 27 2015

All schools are likely to have at least one pupil or employee who is severely food-allergic, and many schools will have more. Peanut allergy is particularly common, with one in 70 children nationwide thought to be affected.

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The Employer Access Online service
  December 01 2014

This is one of the employment-related ‘hot topics’ which Ofsted are currently interested in. You may wish to amend your single central records to include a section which allows you to demonstrate regular checks in relation to these issues.

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Disqualification and disqualification by association
  December 01 2014

This is one of the employment-related ‘hot topics’ which Ofsted are currently interested in. You may wish to amend your single central records to include a section which allows you to demonstrate regular checks are being carried out to identify whether any teachers are disqualified.

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Holiday Pay Ruling
  November 14 2014

You may already be aware that last week the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) ruled on two very significant cases regarding overtime and commission payments, and concluded that in certain circumstances these should be paid during holiday periods. We have prepared a brief summary below outlining the effect of these rulings and what they mean for schools

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Guidance for school leaders on Succession Planning
  October 30 2014

Succession planning aims to secure effective leadership throughout the school hierarchy, with a plan extending into the future to cope with anticipated and potentially unexpected changes in senior personnel. An integral part of this is appointing a headteacher with the most relevant skill set to lead a school/academy on each stage of the journey of improvement

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New rules on Shared Parental Leave
  October 20 2014

Shared Parental Leave (SPL) is a new right that is due to come into force on 1st December 2014 and will enable eligible mothers, fathers, partners and adopters to choose how to share time off work after their child is born or placed. This could mean that the mother or adopter shares some of the leave with her partner, perhaps returning to work for part of the time and then resuming leave at a later date.

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Supporting pupils with medical conditions
  October 01 2014

On 1 September 2014, the Department for Education (DfE) published updated guidance on supporting pupils at school in England with medical conditions

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Headteachers: not enough time to improve our schools
  February 21 2014

The UK's headteachers are almost unanimous in saying they do not have enough time to implement their vision for schools, according to a poll by Judicium Education, the school support services company. Read more

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Judicium Education has rebranded
  January 20 2014

To our clients, friends, suppliers & partners: You may have noticed that things look a little different around here. Both our logo and website have changed beyond recognition.

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