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How could AI affect your organisation?

Artificial intelligence is rapidly revolutionising the way we live and work. In higher education, AI is already having an impact on how we teach students, how we assess them and even how we support them. But are we ready for the implications of artificial intelligence? AI is already being put …

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Convenzis Education – The MAT School Improvement Conference 2021

The MAT School Improvement Conference 2021 will aim to provide School Improvement Leads and MAT Leaders with tangible guidance, case studies on how to strategise progress and accelerate school improvement within your trust and schools. In April 2021, Government announced there will be a key focus on how Trust Partnerships …

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Convenzis Education – The MAT Finance Conference 2021

The MAT Finance Conference 2021 will aim to provide Trust Leaders with tangible guidance, case studies, and address challenges on all things financial within your trust. It is important for trusts and schools to focus on delivering a well financially run MAT – which is sustainable to deliver the best …

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Convenzis Education – The National MAT Conference 2022

The National MAT Conference 2022 This free to attend conference will provide Trust Leaders across England with discussion, guidance and address challenges on a wide-scoped number of topics. On April 28th 2021, Government detailed a renewed vision for all schools to be a part of a Multi-Academy Trust. Gavin Williamson, …

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ONE IN TEN HEADTEACHERS SET TO RETIRE NEXT YEAR

Wesleyan

Research by Wesleyan – a specialist financial services mutual for teachers – has found that more than one in five (21%) headteachers at schools in England have accelerated their retirement plans over the past 12 months, with nearly one in 10 (8%) now planning to retire before the end of …

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GDPR – 3 Years On

Cantium

There was justifiable apprehension leading up to 25th May 2018, when the EU General Data Protection Regulation (EU GDPR) came into effect, with a flurry of activity as schools and organisations worked diligently to ensure the correct policies and procedures were in place. Three years on, many of the existing …

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