This training will focus on the following key areas:
- Enable Clerks to hone their skills in providing high quality advisory support to the Board.
- Key legislation, statutory requirements and best practice that Clerks needs to routinely access in the course of their role.
- Sign-posting to key ESCC model policy documents.
- Enable Clerks to keep appraised of broader Governor training & development opportunities.
- Includes clarification on the key differences between MATs and maintained schools.
Induction is essential for all new governors and for longer term governors wishing to refresh, to help understand their roles and responsibilities.Essential Information
Complaints are a part of everyday life. However, how they are handled and reviewed can lead to different outcomes! This course is intended to support schools and governing bodies in managing formal complaints received at the school.Essential Information
This is an opportunity for Chair's of Governors to attend a networking session facilitated by Karen Marr of the East Sussex Governors Forum (ESGF). This event will provide an opportunity for Chairs to network and discuss any topical issues related to being a Chair of a governing board.Essential Information
This targeted training session includes specific and detailed guidance on the Clerk’s responsibilities, key resources and best practice related to complaints management. Participants will have the opportunity to discuss and explore a range of complaints scenarios. The content is directly aligned with the ESCC model Complaints Policy & Toolkit and includes guidance to Clerks on when and how to contact GCS for further advice for more complex complaints.Essential Information
Essential training to meet statutory requirements
Governing boards in maintained schools have a statutory duty under the Education (School Teachers’ Appraisal) (England) Regulations 2012 for headteacher appraisal.
This session aims to help governors manage complex situations and issues that arise in schools, including managing the more complex complaints. This session will also look at having courageous conversations.Essential Information
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