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As part of its revision of its technology usage, Black Firs Primary decided to work towards becoming paperless and cashless in its communications with parents. SBM Kim Harwood outlines what this has involved
When Black Firs Primary School in Congleton decided to overhaul its technology usage, the benefits in terms of saving time, money and making life easier for pupils, staff and parents far surpassed expectations, as SBM Kim Harwood explains
Schools will likely be asked to make further savings following the government’s forthcoming spending review. Lynn Maidment suggests some ways in which teaching and learning leaders can make less go further