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Brexit: what it means for your school
Deal or no deal, here's what you need to know if you've got staff or pupils from the EU. Find out about practical steps you can take to avoid disruptions to food and medical supplies and read advice about the GDPR and travelling to the EU after Brexit.
- In a nutshell
- I have a member of staff from the EU
- I have a current pupil(s) from the EU
- I'm in the process of hiring a member of staff who is from the EU
- I'm planning a school trip abroad to the EU
- I'm concerned about disruptions to food and medical supplies (new)
- GDPR, Erasmus and insurance - other things to be aware of
- Key facts
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