Curriculum

The national curriculum in England 2014 has had huge consequences for what is taught, learned and assessed in schools. Governors will find articles and resources here which will help them get to grips with these changes and understand what the issues are for their schools, and the young people under their care.

  • New guide to careers in schools for governors

    A new guide to careers in schools for governors has been published in January 2019

    Consultant: Steve Barker January 2019

  • Secondary Matters Webinar

    This Better Governor webinar focused on issues germane to secondary education. In this first of a series of Secondary Matters webinars, we explored the curriculum and how current policy, thought, research and plans to overhaul the Ofsted Inspection framework will influence what is taught in secondary schools going forward.

    Author: Ruth Murton October 2018

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Hot Topics webinar - 2nd October 2019

This Hot Topics webinar is an opportunity for governors and trustees to learn about what's new and happening in education of specific relevance to governance in schools and academy trusts. In this session we will provide a brief update on new regulations, policy and practice that will influence meetings of your governing body/trust this term. The webinar will be facilitated by our governance experts Steve Barker and Linda Waghorn and will be a mix of input, opinion polls conducted in real time and the opportunity to ask your questions. We are planning to include updates on; the Ofsted framework, Keeping Children Safe in Education, Data Protection and Teachers' Pay. This list may change and be added to, in order to reflect other news and updates near 2nd October.

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Join the conversation about Statutory Regulation and access the Better Governor Forum. Here you will be able to ask questions and comment about the topic.

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Join the conversation about Statutory Regulation and access the Better Governor Forum.
Here you will be able to ask questions and comment about the topic.

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