Read the interview I did with Lexis Nexis on Leaving a legacy–scholarships and bursaries.
It’s been 20 years since the National Lottery’s first draw back in 1994, and since then it’s Good Causes fund has been spreading cheer across the nation by investing money into projects and charities that bring communities together, preserve heritage and provide new opportunities to people of all walks of life. To highlight some of the great work the fund has done, World Lottery Club has produced an infographic with just some of the amazing causes it’s helped over the years. Please share the infographic to help spread the word!
To read an article, published in the Independent Executive, considering charitable status for independent schools, in which I have been quoted, please click here.
To read an article in the Education Executive on the issues facing faith academies, in which I have been quoted, please click here.
To read two articles written for Stone King’s School’s Bulletin, please click here. The first concerns trespassers on school sites and the second discusses technological advances, such as fingerprint scanners, and their use in schools.