Here comes the SRMSAT!
  January 31 2022
Just 6 weeks away, the SRMSAT deadline sits in mid-March with spring arriving and the summer term looming.
Resource available from the DfE - Learn more about school funding
  November 22 2021
We wanted to make our Finance & Accountancy blog subscribers aware of some useful information available from the DfE's Education Hub blog.
Important update: SIMS School Workforce Census Patch & Fileset
  November 04 2021

MIS

ESS have identified a serious issue with the School Workforce Census (SWC) within SIMS.
Enable students to study anywhere! DfE funded connectivity for schools
  October 25 2021

ICT

To level the playing field within education SBS are providing schools with SmartSpot® devices to ensure unconnected students can complete homework, research and submit assignments online, wherever they choose to study.
SIMS School Workforce Census
  October 19 2021

MIS

With the School Workforce Census fast approaching SBS is here to help you through it.
Some DfE updates to be aware of - additional funding for your school
  September 24 2021
We wanted to make our Finance & Accountancy blog subscribers aware of the new information available from .Gov.uk about additional funding for your school.
SIMS Census Workstation patch & Fileset 1901
  September 09 2021

MIS

ESS SIMS are releasing a workstation patch, due for release Tuesday 14th September, which will need to be installed before the Autumn Census (07/10/21).
Academies Accounts Return
  April 21 2021
A small update to make you aware of concerning the academies accounts return.
SRMSAT Hints & Tips
  March 31 2021
With School Resource Management Self-Assessment Tool (SRMSAT) deadline coming up on 15th April, we wanted to give some hints and tips for the submission that may come in handy.
DFE cancel KS1 and KS2 Tests
  January 12 2021

MIS

KS1 & KS2 Assessments will not be going ahead for Summer 2021. Primary Assessment The department recognises that due to the further disruption caused by school closures, primary assessments canno...