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Learning4Life-Gy are looking for a driven and committed individual to join our Board of Govenors. A governor’s relationship with the school’s leadership team involves challenging existing processes to drive school improvement. Governors usually attend around six meetings per year. Becoming a Governor at Learning4Life-Gy means gaining to opportunity to enjoy many professional and personal rewards, including career development opportunities and the chance to support young people’s futures.
You don’t need to be a parent or education expert to volunteer as a governor. Schools require a combination of hard and soft skills to ensure their boards operate effectively. Whether you’re an experienced professional or embarking on the first stages of your career, we’ll work hard to match you with an appropriate role within our Board of Govenors. If you’re over 18 and willing to devote some of your time to improving educational standards every month, we encourage you to apply.
- Offering strategic guidance to the Leadership Team
- Working with other board members to plan the school’s strategic direction.
- Overseeing the school’s financial performance, ensuring money is well-spent
- Attending six Scrutiny Panels across the academic year to assess the school’s success in various operational areas
- Holding the headteacher or school leadership to account
Despite not working face-to-face with learners, a successful DBS is still required for this role, along with completion of yearly Keeping Children safe in Education training.
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We believe that all educational opportunities should cater for the full range of needs and welcome moves to provide learners with special educational needs and disabilities with full access to the curriculum. Our school will support and make provision for learners with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND)by operating in alignment with the statutory Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) Code of Practice; Part 3 of the Children and Families Act 2014 and The Special Educational Needs and Disability Regulations 2014.