School governors

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Reg Chrimes obituary
Other lives: Long-serving Labour councillor and committed educationist

Mike Chrimes

04, Oct, 2021 @3:32 PM

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Education in England is in a mess – but who will lead us out of it? | Fiona Millar
Thanks to our leaders, schools are no better off now than when I became a governor 30 years ago

Fiona Millar

01, Sep, 2020 @6:30 AM

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Areta Hautman obituary
Other lives: Governor immersed in the life of the King Alfred school in north London

Jennifer Hautman

22, Oct, 2019 @11:52 AM

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Anne Taylor obituary
School governor for three decades, fundraiser and key figure in Wiltshire community life

Mark Taylor

04, Sep, 2019 @12:13 PM

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Academies without parents on boards 'risk community rejection'
Trusts must increase transparency and consider impact of rapid growth on pupils, says governors’ body

Richard Adams Education editor

27, Jun, 2019 @11:01 PM

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School in Stockport to close early on Fridays for lack of funding
Teaching unions warn schools are at ‘absolute breaking point’ following budget cuts

Helen Pidd and Richard Adams

28, Feb, 2019 @7:00 AM

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The rise in school exclusions is a result of the education market | Letters
Letters: Readers look at the causes of children being ‘off-rolled’ in a system where exams are the main measure of achievement

Letters

04, Sep, 2018 @4:32 PM

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School governors reject expulsions over 'mock slave auction'
White pupils who allegedly beat black student with sticks are allowed back into school in Bath

Patrick Greenfield

13, Mar, 2018 @6:53 PM

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'It's not all anal sex': the German schools exploring love, equality and LGBT issues
Sex education classes are mandatory in Germany, but they aren’t the only way students learn about diversity – LGBT topics are taught across the timetable

Abby Young-Powell

23, Nov, 2016 @7:00 AM

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How should schools spend pupil premium funding?
Governors will feel the heat from Ofsted if money for disadvantaged pupils doesn’t yield results. They must ensure every penny has an impact

Louise Tickle

18, Oct, 2016 @9:22 AM

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Justine Greening drops plan to scrap parent governors in schools
Education secretary also indicates focus could shift away from academy conversion and defends grammar schools proposal

Richard Adams Education editor

14, Sep, 2016 @1:19 PM

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Debate: should schools send pupils home for wearing the wrong uniform?
Parents in Kent protested against a school’s decision to send 50 children away for breaking the rules on clothing. Was the headteacher right?

Lucie Snow and Mary Cooper

08, Sep, 2016 @2:14 PM

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