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When spreadsheets aren’t enough: data handling in a small charity

When spreadsheets aren’t enough: data handling in a small charity

Our charity was using spreadsheets to organize data and making mistakes in the process. Sound familiar?  Handling sensitive, ... Read more

The Power of Charity Days

The Power of Charity Days

Charity days are on offer from many organisations - but how best to use them? QfL's Chair of Trustees Roger Copleston reflects on the power of charity days - and how they can be transformative for everyone involved. Read more

Top tips for TAs supporting grammar in KS2

Top tips for TAs supporting grammar in KS2

Grammar can seem like a complicated idea for children in KS1 - aged just 4 - 7. For teaching assistants, who are often asked to help those children who are struggling, it can be hard to know where to start. Here, our education consultant Susie Spolander outlines her top five approaches to helping children grasp the basics of grammar in the classroom.  Read more

Leading with Autism: a view from QFL’s Executive Director

Leading with Autism: a view from QFL’s Executive Director

Who comes to mind if you’re asked to think about an autistic CEO?  QfL's Executive Director Sian Renwick shares her own experience as an autistic leader of a small charity. Read more

Top tips for TAs supporting grammar in KS1

Top tips for TAs supporting grammar in KS1

Grammar can seem like a complicated idea for children in KS1 - aged just 4 - 7. For teaching assistants, who are often asked to help those children who are struggling, it can be hard to know where to start. Here, our education consultant Susie Spolander outlines her top five approaches to helping children grasp the basics of grammar in the classroom.  Read more

More than numbers: storytelling and impact

More than numbers: storytelling and impact

It's a small charity conundrum: we find it hard to take time to assess the full impact of what we're doing because we're just too busy ... Read more

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