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Service Contracts… Getting it right at the outset – part 2

June 12th 2017. This month I am delighted to post the concluding part to my 2 part article on 'Service Contracts... Getting it right at the outset'. People responsible for managing premises will no doubt agree that it can feel like a thankless job at times. Managing service providers can present a whole host of problems if the fundamental questions aren't asked at the outset. Continue reading “Service Contracts… Getting it right at the outset – part 2” »

Service Contracts… Getting it right at the outset – part 1

Service Contracts   Apr 12th 2017. Experience tells me that managing premises can feel like a thankless job; from contractors not showing up on the agreed date to work not being completed as agreed and to a satisfactory standard. Continue reading “Service Contracts… Getting it right at the outset – part 1” »

Ministers can no longer ignore protests over the school funding crisis

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The chancellor, Philip Hammond, with members of his Treasury team outside 11 Downing Street before delivering his budget on 8 March. Photograph: Neil Hall/Reuters

Sports Hall Ceiling Collapse Injures Two

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Feb 24th 2017

 Thames Valley Police alongside partner agencies are investigating the collapse of a ceiling at a school in Milton Keynes.

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School Caretakers, improving perceptions

The Vital Element School Caretaker

Feb 8th 2017.  Improving perceptions

There has been bad press about caretakers over recent years and through our network of schools and community of caretakers, we would like to change the public perception of caretakers, for the better by sharing good practice.

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