'On The Sofa with Sarah Crouch' Senior Health & Safety Consultant
  July 06 2020

'On The Sofa with Sarah Crouch' | CMIOSH Senior Health & Safety Consultant. We will be running this session on Tuesday the 7th of July at 2:00pm via Zoom.

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Judicium is very excited to announce our next 'On the Sofa' session
  June 09 2020

On The Sofa with Isthar Pearce' CMIOSH Assistant Head of Health & Safety | Head of Health & Safety Training

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New CPD accredited HR Advice eLearning courses
  December 05 2018

The ever changing world of Employment Law can be daunting, but that’s where our invaluable Employment Law and HR Advisory service comes into play.

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GDPR and its application to schools
  January 08 2018

With the recent worldwide cyber-attack hitting the news, many of us will be turning our attention to IT security and the proper use of our IT systems, especially since it was originally thought that phishing emails were to blame for the virus attack.

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Cyber Attack: Are your IT policies up to scratch?
  June 28 2017

With the recent worldwide cyber-attack hitting the news, many of us will be turning our attention to IT security and the proper use of our IT systems, especially since it was originally thought that phishing emails were to blame for the virus attack.

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Parents can be prosecuted for term time holidays
  May 22 2017

The Supreme Court has ruled, after a much awaited decision, that parents who take their children out of school to go on holiday can be prosecuted.

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Snow Days
  January 05 2017

We hope you all had a restful Christmas break and are looking forward to the new year ahead. With January now upon us, we thought you might benefit from a reminder of how to deal with disruption caused by adverse weather conditions.

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School fined for safety failings at summer camp
  December 06 2016

A school in Kent has been fined for safety failings at a summer activity camp after a seven-year-old boy had to be given CPR after coming into difficulty during a swimming lesson.

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The downside of a Christmas party
  December 06 2016

With the festive season in full swing, many of you will have Christmas parties and celebrations to look forward to with your staff in the run up to the School holidays. It’s a great way to thank them for their efforts, boost morale and for them to let their hair down….but don’t let your guard down!

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Disability Discrimination and Protecting Pay
  October 06 2016

If you had a teacher who could no longer teach because of a disability and you moved them into a support role, could it be discriminatory not to continue to pay them their previous teacher's salary permanently? According to a recent Employment Appeal Decision, yes, potentially it could

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