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Time - or our lack of it - is a common theme in education. Writing in Insight magazine, HMC Chairman Tim Hands suggested that heads take more 'strategic time' to compensate. School marketers can manage time in a similar way, by creating and sticking to strategic marketing plans.
Running events in schools is a challenge - as well as the usual logistical issues you've got the unique school environment to deal with. Here are some tips from a Big Bang school science fair (which involved around 500 people).
On 19th June 38 new free schools were approved in England, including one former private school. This will create 22,000 new school places and take the total number of free schools to 331. Click here for a full list of the new schools and what to do if one is near you!
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