Fiona Millar is a journalist and education campaigner who’s been volunteering for nearly three decades as a school governor in Camden. As she prepares to step down for a long overdue break, we’ve been asking Fiona how she got started, what she’s enjoyed about it and why everyone, especially politicians and policy-makers, should consider taking
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Why pay for software when there’s stuff out there you can use for free?It’s a question we get asked quite a bit, so we thought we’d try to answer it for you. Those lovely folks at the School Office Yep, you heard us right. It can be a school office issue. When you use a
Martin Matthews is a very experienced Chair of Governors at a large maintained community primary school in Oldham, Greater Manchester. It was formed when an infant and junior school merged in 2011. Martin describes the school as ‘mixed’, “We have a variety of communities who come to our school ranging from the quite affluent to
Can becoming a school governor improve your mental health?
“You feel part of something. You feel like you’re making a difference. The reward is massive if you don’t get that in your day job.”
Meet Neil from Kent who says it’s been invaluable for his mental health.