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  • Returning to work safely

    The importance of our office spaces Over the past few months, we as employees, have seen the importance of our workplaces. The need to access a printer, receiving professional input from our colleagues,  brief discussions that help us with...

  • The impact of COVID-19 on the interim market

    There are hundreds of interims across the public sector delivering a wide range of roles in different categories, from social care, IT and human resources. We first started to see the impact on COVID-19 on the interim market as early as...

  • What happens when a nursery visits a care home

    We’re delighted to discover that Unicorn Nursery in Castleford, West Yorkshire, are already seeing the benefits of combining their activities for children with residents at their local care home. Maria Motley, Nursery Manager, shares her...

  • Having a positive impact on children's wellbeing

    What Is Pupil Wellbeing? Pupil Wellbeing is concerned with how pupils feel, the thoughts they are having and how these impact their personal and social behaviour. It includes how happy, comfortable and mentally and physically healthy the...

  • Brexit and the housing sector

    Statistics • According to statistics, the UK’s unemployment rate is likely to increase once a deal has been struck (if a deal is struck) to 6.5% due to recession, which is a loss equivalent to 500,000 jobs • The latest figures say that...

  • How leasing helps councils with COVID-19 recovery

    How leasing helps councils with COVID-19 recovery Even before Covid-19, many public sector bodies were struggling with budgetary pressures. The pandemic has made this significantly worse. Increasingly public sector organisations are looking...

  • Celebrating Global Handwashing Day 2019

    We are all aware (or should be) of the dangers that come with not washing your hands. So, it may come as a surprise that figures from the Deb Group show that 1 in 5 people still do not wash their hands when leaving the bathroom and even...

  • Putting the spotlight on gross motor skills

    Within the first 18 months of a child’s life there is a huge emphasis on the development of essential gross motor skills – from supporting their own heads to taking those momentous first steps. These skills mark notable milestones which are...

  • Meet the education procurement team - Zain

    Name: Zain Malik Position: Procurement Project Support How long have you been working at YPO? I’ve been working at YPO just over four years now. I joined through the apprenticeship scheme and have never looked back! I studied Business...

  • Top tips for an easier print tender process

    Consider pre-engagement as part of the bid process – this can be beneficial as you can get a feel for how suppliers will respond   Include an ‘innovations section’ where respondents can list those areas of their proposal that...

  • The importance of shredding for GDPR compliance

    GDPR in the workplace Since the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), a question hangs in the air: are businesses finally taking it seriously? Multiple studies prior to 25 May 2018 showed that businesses were...

  • How can we safely social distance at school?

    There is no right or wrong answer when it comes to how a school chooses to prepare but there are lots of recommendations and examples of how it can be done. We have rounded up some of the methods schools can use based on government...

  • Safeguarding students on the school run

    How safe are our school buses?   A lot of students travel to school on a bus or public service of a similar kind, with the regular commute providing an opportunity for unsupervised social interaction and of course, catching up on last...

  • Green aviation is on the horizon

    As the worldwide aviation industry consumes around 278 billion litres of jet fuel annually, the recently approved ‘Sustainable aviation fuel’, more commonly known as ‘SAF’ will now contribute to revolutionising the aviation industry to help...

  • Get started with your school allotment

    Many of the fruit and vegetables available at the supermarket have been intensively sprayed with chemicals to keep them looking good for sale and to extend their shelf life. Many are grown knowing they’re in high demand, so in some cases...