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Guidance on Planning for Wider Opening of Schools

Posted in: Quarterly Education Law Updates on 14/05/2020 Paul Upson is an Associate Director at education law specialists, Napier Solicitors. In this Quarterly Education Law Update, he considers some of the issues that education establishments are likely to have to deal with as they begin the process of reopening for wider groups of pupils. Backgroun...
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Coronavirus/Covid-19
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Calculating Holiday Entitlement for Term-Time Workers

Posted in: Quarterly Education Law Updates on 14/02/2020 In this Education Quarterly Law Update, Paul Upson considers a recent decision from the Court of Appeal in England and Wales which deals with holiday pay for term-time workers. Paul recently joined education law specialists, Napier Solicitors, as an Associate Director. Many employers in the educati...
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Working Time and Leave
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The Use and Misuse of Social Media in Schools

Posted in: Quarterly Education Law Updates on 10/09/2019 In this Education Quarterly Law Update, Lisa Sturgeon, Associate Director with Napier Solicitors, discusses how the use (and misuse) of social media has become an increasing problem for both Principals and their staff alike to deal with. This article considers five issues: The use of social media...
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Fixed-term Contracts – Handle with Care

Posted in: Quarterly Education Law Updates on 14/03/2019 Increasingly, the education sector is having to deal with requests for teachers on temporary contracts to be made permanent. The following situation is all too familiar to many Principals – teacher X is employed on a fixed-term contract, to cover a maternity leave, for an academic year. The followi...
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Contracts of Employment