Tag: schools

What should we mean when we talk about the curriculum?

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

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"There are audience ratings in TV but the importance attached to data in schools really took me by surprise."

For many years, Sue Cook was best known as the face of BBC Crimewatch however she can now be found supporting the work of a small primary school in Oxford, fulfilling a lifelong interest in education and young people by volunteering as a school governor. Sue has responsibility for early years and joint responsibility for

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What motivates people to join the largest volunteer force in the country?

Hundreds of people up-and-down the country will be sitting around a meeting table for the first time this term. We spoke to one such school governor, David Watkins, to find out why he got involved. David teaches at an independent school in Reading and is now a governor at a small, rural school just south

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