Heads Up! — (schools) Summer Term edition
The Summer Term edition of Winckworth Sherwood’s Heads Up! publication is available now. This will be a busy term for schools, with the exam season on the horizon and staff and governors starting to plan ahead for next year against an uncertain backdrop with issues such as changes to teachers’ pay and conditions, Ofsted inspections and school funding starting to have effect.
This edition of Heads Up! features a new section entitled ‘What have we been doing recently?’ This section profiles some of the groundbreaking and unusual matters that the law firm is currently advising on.
In response to the recent release of the draft STPCD (see below), we are putting on a free Employment Update seminar on 16 May 2013 where we will be discussing some of the key employment changes in the sector…
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