Most trustees and governors have a day job – so the work of reading reports, agendas and studying data has to be done outside of the usual 9 to 5. Busy modern lives mean that even at 8 pm people might be otherwise engaged with events, board meetings or activities. This leaves many governors and
GovernorHub’s resident GDPR expert, Alex Robinson, talks us through the ins-and-outs of GDPR for Governing boards, six months on. So, what was the big issue for governing boards? GDPR became an issue for boards because it was an issue for schools. Historically, governing boards didn’t really consider how to protect the data they were using.
How well does your governing body represent your school community? School Governors and Academy Trustees are some of the most important people in education today – responsible for making sure schools provide a good quality of education and answerable to Ofsted, yet many boards simply don’t reflect the diversity of their student body or wider
How well does your governing body communicate and collaborate?
It’s something Ofsted will consider during an inspection and, if Someries Infant School in Luton is anything to go by, making good use of GovernorHub will help.