Business Managers

Are you getting the full picture around your pupils behaviour? by Kat Howard

In our last two blogs we took a look at the benefits of setting up your MIS to effectively store, track and report on both positive and negative behaviour incidences and ... Read More

How schools are tracking and monitoring behaviour within their MIS by Kat Howard

In our last blog we took a look at the benefits of setting up your MIS to effectively store, track and report on both positive and negative behaviour incidences and ensure ... Read More

Using your MIS to support your Behaviour and Online Safety Strategy just makes sense by Kat Howard

Nowadays, there is a huge expectation placed on schools to ensure their community members are safe and rightly so. We have all witnessed in the media terrible incidents ... Read More

Five reasons why you SHOULD be able to take your IT for granted by Lesley Smith

IT is now the fourth utility, after your gas, electric and water; it has to ‘just work’ because it is integral to the business critical functions of your school, so you have ... Read More

MIS Information Security, top tips from the RM Integris Team by Becca Wren

These top tips offer a reminder about securing access to RM Integris. The security of your data is crucial and you must have appropriate security measures in place to ... Read More

Independent schools can do things differently and save c£250k on ICT by Alan Hodgin

The following article was written for and appears in the Spring 2016 issue of ‘The Bursar’s Review’, the termly magazine sent to members of the Independent Schools’ ... Read More

Academisation increases workload of school business managers by Lesley Smith

TES reported in an article today that nearly nine out of ten school business managers are concerned about their workload as their responsibilities expand. According to a ... Read More

Schoolchildren could be working until they're 100 by Becca Wren

"If you are a school today, what are you preparing your children for when they are moving into a world where they could live up to 120?" This is the view of Rohit Talwar, ... Read More

Academies update: November 2012 by Ina Zuncke

As of 1st November 2012 there are 2,456 academies open in England - 536 sponsored academies and 1,920 converted academies. In addition, another 431 schools have had their ... Read More

Academies Update: September 2012 by Ina Zuncke

The latest figures from the Department for Education reveal that as of 1st September 2012 there are 2,309 academies open in England. This represents a 10-fold increase from ... Read More

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