Category Archives: schools

GDPR is coming but don’t panic!

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)will come into force in 3 weeks time. 25thMay though is not a cliff edge; nor is it doomsday when the Information Commissioner will start wielding her 20million Euro (fine) stick! In December, the Commissioner … Continue reading

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The school that didn’t learn its lesson.

In 2011 I received a gorgeous CD through the mail from a school. It invited me to send my children (at the time aged 30, 29 and 25) to their school (35 miles away from my house). Read the full … Continue reading

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Playground Duty

Teaching? A mugs game. The (mythical) long holidays, the (mythical) 3-30 finish, the (mythical) relaxed and friendly environment as you helped the enthusiastic next generation prepare for adult life… Playground duty was the bane of my life when I was … Continue reading

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Marion. The FOI exemption for schools.

We delivered some training today to a school in the north – we have a briefing for schools covering DP & FOI in a half day – and as usual prior to the training we did some research which included … Continue reading

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