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3 Dec 2015

Modern Slavery Act

The Modern Slavery Act 2015 requires commercial organisations supplying goods or services with a turnover of £36 million and above to publicly report steps they have taken to ensure their operations and supply chains are trafficking and slavery free.

It is the view of many leading law firms that educational establishments (or their trading arms) which carry out large-scale trading activities (operating sports centres, for example) would be caught by the requirement. The Home Office has published guidance on the requirement and Freeths and Stone King have also published useful information for educational institutions.

19 Sep 2017 School Regulation and Inspection

School Regulation and Inspection - update September 2017

Data Protection, Charity Law, Pupil UPNs, Law Commission Report on Charity Law, Adrenaline auto-injectors and Inspections

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6 Jul 2017 School Regulation and Inspection

School Regulation and Inspection - update July 2017

The Information Commissioner's Office has published revised guidance.

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7 Jun 2017 School Regulation and Inspection

School Regulation and Inspection - update June 2017

How to prepare for the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR)

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4 May 2017 School Regulation and Inspection

School Regulation and Inspection - update May 2017

Inspection - advice from ISI

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4 Apr 2017 School Regulation and Inspection

School Regulation and Inspection - update April 2017

Apprenticeship levy

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1 Feb 2017

Teacher Workload Survey 2016

DfE Research report

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9 Jul 2017

Subject access code of practice

SAR code of practice: Dealing with requests from individuals for personal information

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