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In primary schools up and down the country there is a plan that organises children and staff into “bubbles”. This can provide a great starting point for education-centred strategic financial planning or ICFP. Here’s how…
When we were asked whether it would be possible to use ICFP methodology to address the current logistical challenges facing schools at the moment, Sam and I put out thinking caps on.
I am sometimes asked for benchmarking data on the teacher contact ratio or teaching load. The simple answer is that there isn’t any, and even if there was, you wouldn’t want to trust that everyone had used the same definitions. So, what can you do if you are unsure?
When there isn’t the time for full-blown strategic planning, it sometimes helps to cut straight to the detail in an area of particular priority. Let me show you what I mean.
Integrated Curriculum and Financial Planning feels a little like a “nice to do” thing at the moment. What if you could do a pinch of strategic planning to get the ball rolling?
How can we add a pinch of strategic context into our work, so that when schools reopen and children return, we will not be so far behind?