At this evening’s HGA meeting we shared our experiences of all of these and came up with some ideas/recommendations that we hope will be of use to all Haringey schools, governing bodies and governors. Below are all the notes from the meeting.
This is just a quick reminder that we’re trying a new format for Haringey Governors’ Association meetings this Thursday, 7/3/13 and we’d love you and your colleagues to be there. Continue reading “Come to HGA on Thursday”
Have a read through this term’s training and support programme, download it and sign up to as many as you can.
The key role of governors is to ‘support and challenge’ our schools to ensure that every child is getting the best education possible. It can be difficult to know how to do this though when we are generally not education professionals and can feel we have little to compare and contrast with.
Given the crumbling of LAs, the need for school to school support is greater than ever before. As governors we can play an important part in this. We should be meeting with other governors, going to other schools and seeing what we can learn from other’s good practice.
Heartlands High are leading the way on this, below are some ideas for how we could all get involved.