Gweithredu yn erbyn bwlio

Mae bwlio yn bryder difrifol i blant yng Nghymru. Dyna pam rydym wedi ymuno â’r elusen gwrth-fwlio Kidscape yr Wythnos Iechyd Meddwl Plant hon (7-13 Chwefror 2022), i dynnu sylw at wybodaeth ymarferol a chyngor ar yr hyn y gall llywodraethwyr yng Nghymru ei wneud i gymryd camau yn erbyn…

Taking action against bullying

Bullying is a serious concern. That’s why this Children’s Mental Health Week (7-13 February 2022), we’ve teamed up with anti-bullying charity Kidscape to highlight practical information and advice on what governors in Wales can do to take action against bullying. You can also find further resources for governors on…

Governor case study: trainee solicitor Adam Youngman

We recently caught up with Adam Youngman, trainee Solicitor at Allen & Overy, who volunteers as a school governor in his spare time. Adam has kindly shared with us some of his views about school governance and why careers education is so important in our society. Adam is one of…

Remote governance – what this looks like 12 months on

We introduced remote governance last year to tackle the diversity and skill shortages throughout the sector. Remote governance allows for at least a minority of board members to attend meetings remotely. There’s no expectation that they will visit the school regularly, if ever. If a school is struggling to locate…

Link Governor for Careers and Work-Related Learning Secondary – role description

Are you interested in becoming a link governor for careers and work-related learning in a secondary setting? This document gives a brief description of the role and outlines some of the main areas of responsibility. It is a statutory requirement that secondary schools: Appoint a Careers Leader Comply with the…

All pupils, every ambition Term 2: Future work

The second term of our campaign ‘All pupils, every ambition’ launches today and focuses on what governors can do to help prepare young people for the world of work. We’ll explore the concept of employability, and how schools can best help pupils develop skills that will equip…

What skills do schools need on boards?

A school board functions best with a variety of professional backgrounds and lived experiences around the table. But while finance, HR, and legal skills are all great additions, they’re not the only skills boards need. It’s true that the most requested skills from schools are finance, education, and HR. Headteachers…

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