Monthly Archives: March 2015

The role of governors in a school-led system

John Stephens, Deputy Director, Teaching Schools and School Improvement has published a post on the National College of Teaching and Leadership blog. He mentions #ukgovchat as one way by which governors can support each other and share good practice. We … Continue reading

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Academies, have you had your review of governance yet?

The following article was written by Phil Reynolds of Kreston Reeves and is reproduced here with his permission. The original article can be read here. Academy Trusts may remember that the 2014 financial statements required Trusts to comment upon an … Continue reading

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