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  • paper shreddings

    The importance of shredding for GDPR compliance

    13 November 2019 By Thomas Miller - Trade Marketing Executive at Fellowes

    GDPR became law on 25th May 2018. There are significant fines for breaching the new data protection regulations meaning it is essential that organisations and its employees have access to a shredder to avoid the consequences of a data breach.

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  • secondary class experimenting during science lesson

    Top tips for running secondary science practicals

    07 November 2019 By Deborah Roberts - International education consultant, author and trainer

    Organising a class of young people can be a daunting prospect in any lesson. Introduce chemicals and a Bunsen burner to the mix for example and it can be a bit of a challenge to say the least.

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  • YPO category manager, Daniel, portfolio image

    Meet the Category Manager - Daniel Veasey

    07 November 2019 By Daniel Veasey - YPO Category manager, Energy

    Daniel Veasey joined YPO in September 2019 and is the category manager for Energy in the Procurement Services team.

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  • tennis ball and leaves in guttering

    Five cleaning tips to help you prepare for winter

    04 November 2019 By Jonathan Carr - YPO Assistant Category Buyer, Cleaning and Hygiene

    The dark nights are starting to close in, which can mean only one thing, winter is coming! Here’s our top five cleaning tips to help you with the winter months.

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  • two primary school children playing badminton

    Your updated guide to the PE and sports premium

    31 October 2019 By Gemma Maw - Sports Category Buyer at YPO

    In April, the Department for Education confirmed that the £320 million PE and Sport Premium for primary schools, would continue in the 2019-2020 academic year. The aim of the funding is to help improve the health of future generations.

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  • broadband router

    What to look for when choosing broadband

    23 October 2019 By John Jackson - CEO at London Grid for Learning

    What should a school be looking for with its broadband service? It clearly depends on several factors. Broadband is not just broadband, just because it says 100 MBPS, doesn’t mean that what one provider delivers is the same as another.

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  • early years learning outside

    Continue your Eco-School journey for Early Years

    23 October 2019 By Lee Wray-Davies & Francis Hyland - Eco-Schools

    The team at Eco-Schools England hopes that you found our advice useful and enjoyed beginning your journey to achieving the Eco-Schools Green Flag, featured in our Little Learners magazine, issue 9. If you followed our advice, you should now have achieved your Eco-Schools Bronze award: Congratulations!

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  • drone being used on building site

    The benefits of drones in the public sector

    23 October 2019 By Laura Megson - Assistant Category Buyer, Emergency Services and Blue Light

    There are no real surprises when it comes to the development of technology these days, but it is always interesting to know how this technology is used in our day to day society.

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  • school children using technology in lesson

    Improve your school with effective Edtech

    23 October 2019 By Kate Lewis - Marketing Director at Innovate My School

    Technology has the potential to change lives. In fact, it is fair to say that it has completely disrupted many sectors, and still advancements in technology continue to improve outcomes significantly.

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  • Ebony Armitage further competition coordinator at YPO

    My procurement journey at YPO

    17 October 2019 By Ebony Armitage - Further Competition Coordinator at YPO

    Apprenticeships were always more attractive to me when leaving college, as I wanted to learn with hands on experience, rather than reading through textbooks and having endless exams. In July 2018, I began my journey at YPO as an apprentice.

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