Recruiting a headteacher: a practical guide for governors

Recruiting a headteacher: a practical guide for governors gives those involved in this most important of governor duties the know-how and confidence to complete it successfully. The CPD accredited course breaks down the process of headteacher recruitment into five key phases, including tips and ideas for individual tasks. It includes…

Anti-bullying: the role of governance

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Wellbeing governors: building a wellbeing culture in school

Wellbeing Governors: building a wellbeing culture in school is a course we developed as part of our Wellbeing Governors campaign. It looks at what school leaders and governors can do to promote wellbeing and improve mental health among children and staff. It also looks at staff wellbeing and how governors…

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities

Governors in all types of school have duties towards children with special educational needs and/or disabilities. It looks at the definition of special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), how the needs of pupils with SEND are met in schools, funding for SEND provision, and the role of the board and…