from which they derived their name, or the bursars
of the college of Dormans on their shaved tonsure, and their surtout parti-colored of bluish-green, blue, and violet cloth,
I now discovered that he also kept a particularly mellow Scotch whiskey, an excellent cigar, and a fund of anecdote of which a mordant wit was the worthy bursar
For administrators at those institutions who may be contemplating a switch, experienced bursars
and category experts offer these tips:
That is the grim message from a Birmingham group of school bursars
and business managers as they prepare to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the Birmingham Bursar
However, the bursars
also needed to be able to record and account for transactions which would be settled in future periods.
Authorities should mix year groups, use empty classrooms for other services or share heads and bursars
, but closure should always be a "last resort".
Judith Fraser, who works at Malvins Close First School in Blyth was named as a winner at the National Bursars
Association Awards for school support staff.
The job of leading a school is now so complex that "a modern approach" is needed, the PricewaterhouseCoopers study will say, suggesting appointing bursars
, business managers or even company bosses as heads.
MORE than 50 bursars
across the West Midlands are bringing the latest in financial and commercial expertise to their schools after graduating with prestigious qualifications.
perform a financial management role in educational establishments, and are usually members of the senior management team.
The awards cover 12 categories including bursars
, cleaners, administration and site staff, canteen staff, technicians, the learning support staff and the teaching assistants.
Chapters address basic advice on managing time and stress, tips for streamlining planning, report writing, and meetings, examples of how support staff such as HLTAs and bursars
can be used, and much more.