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HASG Sponsors the Outstanding Governors Awards

2019 Nominations Now Closed

Find out more here.

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In association with Herts for LearningNew Annual Outstanding Governors Awards

At the annual conference in November HASG announced the Outstanding School Governor Awards 2014, sponsored by the Hertfordshire Association of School Governors, and organised in association with Herts for Learning.

We aim to celebrate outstanding and distinguished service by school governors in Hertfordshire. The winners of the first awards will be announced at the Hertfordshire Governors’ Annual Conference in November 2014.

Nominations Closing date: Friday 23rd May 2014

NOMINATIONS NOW CLOSED..

Awards & Prizes

  • Each winning governor (total of three) to be awarded a £50 cash prize
  • Prizes of £500 – to be awarded to the schools of the three winning governors, as given on the nomination form. The £500 is to be spent so it directly benefits the students; it is not to be spent on teaching or teachers and we would like the money to be spent on something the school hasn’t already budgeted for.
  • All nominators will be put into a prize drawn and three will be drawn at random and be awarded a £25 cash prize.

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The half-day conference previously announced for May 10th 2014 is no longer taking place, our regular Forums, though, will still provide you with lots of networking and idea sharing opportunities.

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Do you have something to say about the Government’s consultation on a new SEN code of practice?  If so remember the SEN consultation period closes on 9th December 2013.

The Children and Families Bill, currently in Parliament, will bring changes to the special educational needs (SEN) framework, subject to royal assent.

This consultation proposes replacing SEN statements (for schools) and learning difficulty assessments (for young people in further education and training) with single 0 to 25 education, health and care plans.

To review all the documents and participate in this consultation you need to go online at:

… where fuller information is available.

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website under constructionWe hope you enjoy our new-look website.  It should help us keep you more up to date in a user-friendly way but, as with all things new, it may take a little while to get used to it – please do bear with us.  Also please be aware that the site remains under construction and review for the next few days at least.

 

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