Education

We work with a diverse range of education providers in both the public and independent education sectors.

Fresh Thinking

We work with over 350 education clients, including 70 leading universities and further education colleges and approximately 200 academies and schools. Providing fresh thinking to overcome the strategic, operational and financial challenges you face.  

Our specialist team of CIPP trained professionals provides proactive, flexible, and reliable solutions to many schools, academies and Multi-Academy Trusts.  We can address all issues that your institution faces, such as financial pressures from budget cuts, new technology solutions, mergers, effective governance and business efficiency and performance.

Practical Solutions

We aim to provide innovative, practical solutions to our clients, understanding their risks and needs and helping them to achieve the best for their teachers and students.

In additional to audit and assurance services, we can also assist you with payroll, VAT and employment tax advice, financial due diligence and enhancing institutional performance. 

Payroll and Pension Services

Please download our Education Flyer to read more about our Payroll and Pension Services for educational establishments.

Get in touch

If you would like to a member of our Education team, please contact us today.

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