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Herts for LearningManaging Change Governors Conference 2018

With the theme of ‘School Leaders Managing Change’, Herts for Learning (HfL) was delighted to welcome over 200 governors to the 2018 Hertfordshire Governors’ Conference on Saturday 17th November.  Delegates enjoyed a comprehensive conference programme jointly put together by the HfL Governance Services team and the Hertfordshire Association of School Governors (HASG).

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Andrew de Csilléry

Opening the conference, HfL’s Managing Director, Andrew de Csilléry, recognised the important and integral role that Continue reading

Annual Governors’ Conference 2018

Taking place on Saturday 17th November 2018, from 9:00 am to 15:00 pm, the theme of this year’s Governors’ Conference will be “School Leaders Managing Change”.  It will feature two inspirational keynote speakers Paul Brooker, Ofsted, and Phil Beadle who will open and close the day.  Throughout the day delegates will have the opportunity Continue reading

VoiceLittle Has Changed

In an interesting blog article Richard Fraser argues that little has changed in education since 2001 starting by saying:

In 2001, a certain Theresa May MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Education, addressed the PAT [now Voice] Annual Conference in Cardiff.

Her speech reveals how little has changed in education since then: teachers working excessive hours, performance-related pay, SATs, admissions….

Interestingly, some of Mrs May’s criticisms of the Labour Government’s education policies have been made by politicians, unions and practitioners about the current Conservative Government and its Coalition predecessor.

The following Briefing from The School Bus is also worth a read: Continue reading