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Remote learning: How are we doing?

John Viner talks about his own experience of delivering remote learning through the schools he supports, as well as looking at government reports on the effectiveness of remote learning. Summary Remote learning is more challenging for younger age groups and those with SEND. Having a device doesn’t guarantee access to remote learning as homes may […]

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Change leadership: Working with individuals

Kenny Wheeler he considers leading change with individuals. In his previous article, Kenny Wheeler wrote about change leadership at a strategic level. In this article he considers leading change with individuals. Summary Change needs to be considered not only at a strategic level but also at an individual one. There must be clarity as to […]

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Financial management post-Covid

With schools returning and the dust settling, how can the SBM bring the budget back on track? In this article, Matt Bromley reminds us of the importance of the 3Ps and considers what lessons might be learnt from the lockdowns. Summary points • Through prudence, planning and prioritisation, the SBM can begin to bring the school […]

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Tackling new challenges: How Covid-19 is changing education

In his second article on the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on education, John Viner looks at lessons learned and tackling new challenges. Summary • During the continued Covid-19 pandemic, circumstances can change rapidly and schools must act decisively and quickly. • Under the 2020 Coronavirus Act, schools have a temporary duty to ensure that […]

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The changing face of Ofsted: Inspection of support staff

This is the last in a series of three articles dealing with how the school’s SBM can lead on performance management for support staff. Tony Powell looks more closely at the new inspection framework in the context of current restrictions and expectations. Summary points • Support staff will be judged on their contribution to the […]

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