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This short webinar, facilitated by Ruth Murton builds on Session One and encourages you to reflect on your learning so far.
This Better Governor webinar explores the role of the chair of the governing body/trust board/local academy committee and the expectations of the position, from the perspective of governors and trustees who are considering or planning to put themselves forward for election, either as Chair or co-Chair.
This Chairs' Network webinar provided the opportunity for chairs, co-chairs and others who were interested, to come together and explore topical issues that are relevant to the leadership of governance in schools and academy trusts.
On 17th May the Department for Education, re-published Keeping Children Safe in Education. The May version is ‘for information only’ as the revised guidance does not take effect until 3rd September 2018.
This webinar focused on the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).The webinar recording is relevant for governors and trustees in both maintained secondary schools and secondary academies.
This facilitated network is a forum for Chairs of governing bodies, academy trusts and local academy committees to come together and share questions, concerns and best practice ideas.
This webinar focused on the recently-published secondary school pupil performance data, contained within the new reports, Analysing School Performance (ASP) and the Inspection Data Summary report (IDSR).
This recording of a webinar that took place on 11th January focusses on the Clerking Competency Framework and how it impacts on the role of clerks in schools and academies.
In December 2017, Justine Greening launched the Department for Education’s (DfE) single departmental plan; ‘Unlocking Talent, Fulfilling Potential.’ The plan sets out the governments priorities for education into 2018 and beyond.
RAISEonline is disappearing on 31st July 2017 and being replaced by a new service called Analysing School Performance. Read more here....