Free Regional Conference – Thursday 10 November 2016

“Effective Governance – Regionally Connected, Locally Invested”

THE HOLIDAY INN, Queens Drive, OSSETT, WF5 9BE. Jct 40 M1.

THURSDAY, 10 NOVEMBER 2016.  8-30 a.m. – 1-30 p.m.

“Collaboration: Governing Boards, Headteachers and Ofsted working together for the benefit of children and young people in the North of England”

Key Note Speakers

Belita Scott (HMI and Ofsted’s National Lead for Governance) – Increased scrutiny of Governance.

Russell Hobby (General Secretary, NAHT) – Opportunities and options for School to School Collaboration.

If you would like to attend the Conference, please see below.  There is no charge. As places are extremely limited, a £20 charge will be made for non-attenders, unless apologies are received at least 24 hours in advance of the event. Places at the Conference are open to all Governors & Headteachers from across the North of England.

 We will cover the following and more:

  • What does increased scrutiny of Governance look like?
  • Ofsted National survey of Governance
  • Is your website compliant?
  • Are you considering collaborating with other schools? Joining a MAT?
  • What are your options?

Several HMI will also be in attendance to network with Governors and answer questions throughout the morning.

To view the flyer, please click here

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