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EES for Schools is an education organisation dedicated to the supply of products and services designed for successful school management and the enhancement of the national curriculum.

Working with 4,500 schools in 21 countries, we have a wealth of experience and years of helpful advice to share. Through a series of blog posts, our education experts reveal tips, advice and, often, relatable rants on topics that matter to you.


Why Evaluate Your Internal Controls?

- Tuesday, July 03, 2018

Jane Monaghan is a senior review consultant in the Education Finance Support team. Jane has a degree in accounting and conducts independent reviews for academy trustees and school governors concerning the appropriateness of financial controls in operation, providing the audit committee and governors with an informative report and recommendations to strengthen controls. Jane also assists in ensuring the annual reviews are compliant with current DfE policy and best practice guidelines.  
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Online Payment Systems: An End to Dinner Money Debt?

- Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Jane Monaghan is a senior review consultant in the Education Finance Support team. Jane has a degree in accounting and conducts independent reviews for academy trustees and school governors concerning the appropriateness of financial controls in operation, providing the audit committee and governors with an informative report and recommendations to strengthen controls. Jane also assists in ensuring the annual reviews are compliant with current DfE policy and best practice guidelines.  
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Use it or Lose it: There is Funding Available for CPD in Your School

- Wednesday, May 09, 2018
 


Target Tracker & the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR): FAQs

- Wednesday, April 18, 2018

   
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The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) & EES for Schools: FAQs

- Wednesday, April 18, 2018

   
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​Setting School Protocols

- Tuesday, January 09, 2018

  
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What's The Point of Reading?

- Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Cathryn Howes is the lead adviser for commissioned programmes and partnerships for EES for Schools. Cathryn has over 16 years’ experience in education, she is a nationally accredited school improvement consultant; affiliated with the Institute of Education and is trained as an assessor of the Basic Quality Mark.   
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Assessing with Certainty

- Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Stephen Leatherdale is a Target Tracker helpline and support officer for EES for Schools. Stephen has worked in the education industry for 25 years and has experience in teaching and leadership in primary schools. Look out for Stephen’s posts in the upcoming months looking at how grading summative assessment judgements can enhance teaching and learning in schools.

Providing evidence for a summative assessment using Levels was deceptively easy. A lesson was taught with a particular statement in mind. The work resulting from that lesson was marked. If that statement had been achieved, then it was highlighted on a spreadsheet and the judgement was used to set a Level. 
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The Perils of Working From Home

- Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Cathryn Howes is the lead adviser for commissioned programmes and partnerships for EES for Schools. Cathryn has over 16 years’ experience in education, she is a nationally accredited school improvement consultant; affiliated with the Institute of Education and is trained as an assessor of the Basic Quality Mark. Her expertise is in English, especially the implementation of the 'Talk for Writing programme'.  
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Interpreting Pupil Progress

- Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Stephen Leatherdale is a Target Tracker helpline and support officer for EES for Schools. Stephen has worked in the education industry for 25 years and has experience in teaching and leadership in primary schools. Look out for Stephen’s posts in the upcoming months looking at how grading summative assessment judgements can enhance teaching and learning in schools.  
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