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  • Lockdown restrictions eased across the UK
    30 May 2020

    As lockdown restrictions are eased across the UK, owners and directors of ELT centres will be planning the date and nature of their re-opening for face-to-face teaching. This will not be the same for all.

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  • Safeguarding for online delivery training session
    25 May 2020

    As schools move online, they must continue to consider and adapt safeguarding around this form of delivery. This may be an additional challenge especially for schools who have not had an online presence previously.  Ensuring your safeguarding procedures are comprehensive are as vital now as they ever have been.

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  • First ever online members' conference emphasises collaboration to overcome challenges
    18 May 2020

    Be honest and transparent, remember the details, collaborate and keep communicating.

    A few insights from last week's Members' Conference, which attracted almost 500 registrations for two plenaries and 16 breakout sessions on marketing, finance, safeguarding, teaching online and more. Thank you to all our delegates and speakers for creating such an interesting and inspiring afternoon.

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  • Tourist businesses worth billions may close because they are excluded from Government's rate relief scheme
    1 May 2020

    Trade associations representing thousands of tourist businesses, together with the Local Government Association, have written to the Chancellor of the Exchequer asking him to urgently change civil servants' interpretation of his Coronavirus Business Rates Relief Scheme, launched to support the UK's hospitality and leisure industries.

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  • Webinar: Covid-19: online teaching with a long-term mindset
    24 March 2020

    Watch again: Covid-19: online teaching with a long-term mindset with Dan Thompson

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