by Central Office of Information for the Department of Education and Science in [London] .
Written in English
|Series||Briefing booklet -- 1|
|Contributions||Great Britain. Central Office of Information.|
Gillian Allcroft looks at governors’ key role in the wider curriculum in this Governing Matters article: Personal, social, health and economic education (PSHE) and sex and relationships education (SRE) have been the focus of a considerable amount of attention in the last few years. Ipswich School is proud of its enhanced curriculum at the senior school, which includes multiple foreign languages and subject clinics. Find out more here. In addition to the co-curricular programme within school, we feel that it is important to offer our pupils a wide variety of school trips, both day and residential throughout the academic year. Learning outside the classroom is hugely beneficial as it can enhance enthusiasm and . Staff governors (other than the head teacher) are elected by the school staff and must be paid to work at the school, directly by the school (that is, not under an external contract such as catering or cleaning). At least one staff governor must be a teacher, and if there are three or more staff governors, at least one must be a member of the.
Governance. The Governing Body is made up of nine people who represent different aspects of our school life: school staff, the head teacher, family members, members of the wider community, and representatives of the Local Authority Lancashire County Council. The full Governing Body meets once a term and its role is to ensure the smooth running of the school. We provide governors, headteachers and clerks with a comprehensive package of support and training which enables them to carry out their statutory duties and improve the educational outcomes for all children in Cambridgeshire. Services and Charges: Termly briefings for governors and clerks. Statutory work, for example making the Instrument of. Questions for Governors is a toolkit developed by the Wellcome Trust which includes questions designed to help governors “build up a rich picture of all aspects of their school” in science and maths. The questions can be adapted for other curriculum areas. For each question, the trust: Explains why each question is important. School types: All School phases: Primary How can we use book bands for reading now that levels have been removed? We relay advice from two of our associate education experts, and look at examples of how schools are currently using book bands.