GovernorHub had a makeover recently…and it pains us to say it, but not all of you loved it 😔 We decided to investigate further: had we gone too far, should we change things back – what was the problem? Lots of teams were involved in the updates but we caught up with Product Manager Ellie
New Relationships, Sex and Health Education guidance comes into effect this term. For the first time ever, governors will be expected to monitor the progress of pupils in this area as well as making sure the statutory guidance is adhered to. Josie Rayner-Wells is a national RSHE (Relationships, Sex and Health Education) Adviser who’s been
What incredibly strange times. Just a few weeks ago – it was the everyday-normal. Governors and trustees attending the usual, face-to-face board meetings to support schools and MATs to deliver the best possible education to children and young people. Within a matter of days, the landscape has changed dramatically. Schools are facing incredibly challenging times.
Isabel Churcher, who works for The Arts Council, has been a governor at Holyhead Secondary School in Hansworth, Birmingham for just over two years. Worried she didn’t know enough about the role, she set up a Staff Governors Group at the Arts Council to share knowledge and information. Isabel, how did you become a governor?
The team at GovernorHub recently attended a conference for the hard-working teams up and down the country who provide support and training to school governors (… we get the best gigs). As usual, there were some brilliant speakers and this year we heard from Professor Mick Waters. Mick’s held some very high profile roles in