Posted on December 12, 2018 by Laura Bagnall in Company News, Finance, ICT, SBS Online, SIMS.
Great for every School – Primary, Secondary, Specials and MATS
Do you need a simple, fast and effective way to make sure your staff training is kept up to date?
Training Schoolz is an online service which enables you to create, distribute and monitor your own online interactive training as well as choosing courses from the list included within the package which includes such things as GDPR, Safeguarding and First Aid.
This technology allows your school to train staff and the wider school community, distribute policies and share best practice simply, quickly and cost effectively.
It also acts as a record for all of your training.
- Headteachers and leaders can create courses in minutes and distribute them online to staff and governor’s. Frees up valuable INSET day time and perfect for inductions.
- Simply cut and paste your policies and handbook into the system templates and email them to your staff groups. The platform tracks who reads them and generates completion certificates if required.
- For staff who have been on courses or teachers who want to share best practice, they can build their own courses and cascade the Knowledge and information throughout the school.
- or start with one of our fully editable, professionally written training assignments, which are on a range of common topics just for schools, including GDPR, Safeguarding, Keeping Children Safe and many more.
For more information please click here, alternatively contact the MIS Service Desk on 0345 222 1551 • Option 3 or if you prefer, you can email us at email@example.com
Posted on August 14, 2018 by Becky Hall in Finance.
Guest blog: A new dawn for schools?
We are delighted to share a guest post on the current school finance challenges and how to make the most of your funding from Julie Cordiner of School Financial Success.
Please read our recent blog for further details and how we can help you.
Posted on April 19, 2018 by Shelli Randall in Finance.
Summer Term update from the SBS Finance & Business team
We hope the new term has started well and the sun is shining where you are.
This blog provides a quick round-up of finance & business news for your school and information about our support options and upcoming events.
Posted on March 19, 2018 by Richard Page in Finance.
Schools receiving generic terrorism hoax email
Please be advised that schools have received emails today claiming that there is a student onsite with a bomb and are demanding $5,000.
We have contacted the anti-terrorism unit and they are treating this as a generic hoax as hundreds of schools have received the same email. They are not recommending schools evacuate.
Posted on January 4, 2018 by Shelli Randall in Finance.
Happy New Year from the SBS Finance & Business team!
It was lovely to see that 130 people are on the Department of Education 2018 New Year Honours list.
Particularly rewarding to see many Governors and several School Business and Office staff being recognised for their contributions.
Read our blog for more details about the year ahead.
Posted on August 4, 2017 by Stephen Dolman in Finance.
Our top five SBM reads for the summer
July is often the month that the ESFA publishes its summer blockbusters, so that business managers in schools and academies have some essential reading for their beach holidays.
Posted on July 18, 2017 by Stephen Dolman in Finance.
There have been a number of announcements these last few weeks – so here is your one stop source to all the information you need.
Posted on July 5, 2017 by Stephen Dolman in Finance.
Dear Accounting Officer – Dates for your diary
Peter Lauener, Chief Executive of the ESFA, has written to all academy accounting officers and chief finance officers setting out a timetable for reports over the next 13 months. This includes the new Land and Buildings Collection Tool (LBCT) which is due for submission in October.
Posted on June 19, 2017 by Stephen Dolman in Finance.
This week’s school finance updates include:
- Academies Budget Forecast Return
- Local Government Pension Schemes
- Teachers’ Pension Scheme
Posted on May 12, 2017 by Stephen Dolman in Finance.
Not some political prophecy, but a look at this month’s academy returns.
Academies are reminded that their Budget Forecast Return – Outturn must be submitted by Friday 19th May.