Free Article: Starting as a senior business leader in an academy or MAT Free Article: Making effective use of learning walks: part 1 The General Data Protection Regulation and your school Changes to funding for schools

Free Article: Starting as a senior business leader in an academy or MAT

Starting a new job can be an exciting yet daunting process. When starting as a senior leader, it is likely that your new colleagues will have similar feelings about your…

Free Article: Making effective use of learning walks: part 1

Many SBMs are responsible for managing the school site and health and safety, and ‘learning walks’ are a great way of staying on top of this significant and complex remit.…

The General Data Protection Regulation and your school

Claire Ashton, of IT Governance, considers the implications for schools of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

Changes to funding for schools

John Viner gives a summary of the recent changes to the national funding formula and high needs funding.

School Business Manager Magazine Online

Welcome to School Business Manager Magazine Online! It’s bursting with straightforward, concise articles, supported by a wealth of editable template documents designed to help you implement practical ideas and save…

New for March 2018

Published: Sunday, 11 February 2018 18:12

Click for a full listing of the latest articles:

Articles

Stress in schools: Facts and fixes 

HR update: Stress and the employer’s obligations

Working out your workflow: Six tools to make your life easier

School catering: A case study

A day in the life of an SBM

Strategies for dealing with short-term absence and punctuality problems

Managing school funds: Additional income

Pupil premium: An update

Premium Plus Articles

Your guide to multi-agency working  @

Parental engagement: A pragmatic approach @

Q&A

Q. We are facing budget cuts next year. The headteacher has asked me to cost out some options that I feel will have major repercussions for our school. What should I do?

Q. A parent has recently taken her children out of the school to home-educate. This family has a history of challenging children and I cannot see how they will be able to educate at home.

Q. We have two looked-after children who are worrying us because of apparent mental health needs. What options are available to us?

Q. I understand that there are some proposed changes to the document Keeping children safe in education (KCSIE). Is this something we should be aware of?

Toolkits

Checklist – Stress test for staff 

Checklist – Stress test for managers

Worked example – Gantt chart 

Form – Time and motion

Worked example – Time and motion pie chart 

Form – Prioritisation matrix

Handout – Fishbone 

Handout – The five whys

Form – SWOT analysis 

Form – Group attendance tracking sheet 

Form – Letter to local businesses

Form – Register of voluntary funds

Form – Register of income

Handout – Children and family poverty in schools

Checklist – Children and family poverty in schools 

Form – Staff survey: Mental health information

Premium Plus

Policy – Supporting pupils with mental health needs @

Form – Gantt chart @

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