Holding to account for the use of the catch-up premium WEBINAR (for Governors & Trustees) Download Flyer

A guide for boards on what they should expect when monitoring progress in 2020/21  

Overview
It is estimated that many pupils are several months behind where they should be because of the COVID-19 lockdown. The gap for disadvantaged pupils is even greater. The DfE expects governors to hold their schools to account for impact of catch-up initiatives funded this year

This webinar provides guidance and expectations on the use of the COVID-19 catch-up premium, and the national tutoring programme and the role of governors in monitoring the impact of these.

  • Available funding to support pupils to catch-up this year
  • What research tells us about possible successful approaches
  • Understanding the new barriers to learning
  • What a good catch up plan looks like
  • Monitoring the impact of remote learning solutions
  • Support options for disadvantaged pupils
  • What should success look like?
  • How to scrutinise the plan?

Tutor
Rosemary Lovatt is the NLG Advocate for East of England and NE London. She is an experienced chair and governance tutor who runs the Governance Leadership Programme across England.

What people say about our training

‘The best governor training I have ever attended’

‘Inspiring! Thank you! I now feel confident to be a more strategic governor’

‘At last, training that provides the tools, examples and checklists to help us do the job’

About our training
As experienced Chairs of Governors we strongly believe in providing training that gives you the knowledge, tools and examples to be effective governors. Our aim is to give you the confidence and tools to improve your governance as quickly and effectively as possible.  All our training is provided by National Leaders of Governance who are experienced governance trainers. Our training can be provided as webinars, bespoke sessions for your board or group of schools or face to face sessions (subject to social distancing guidance).

About NLGs
National Leaders of Governance (NLGs) are experienced chairs of governing boards. All NLGs have been through a rigorous designation process from the National College of Teaching and Leadership (NCTL), a part of the Department for Education (DfE), to demonstrate that we have the skills, experience and attributes to be a National Leader of Governance. All NLGs are either actively chairing standalone schools or academies, local governing boards or multi academy trust (MAT) trust boards or have done so within the last five years. All NLGs are trained to support governors through mentoring and coaching and provide governance services which are quality assured.

Logistics and Booking 
Please complete your online booking by selecting the 'BOOK' link next to the date wish to attend from the grid below and using the 'BOOK' link.  If the 'BOOK' link is not visible, please let us know you are interested in the next available date by selecting the 'ENQUIRE' button below.
If you have any difficulties, please contact Melanie Jones, Billericay TSA Administrator.  Email: mjones@billericayschool.com  Tel: 01277 314420. 

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Other Governance Training
We provide a range of Governance training for your school, (full packages, bespoke sessions or pay as you go public courses).  Please visit the 'CPD and Training' tab of our website for further information http://www.billericayteachingschoolalliance.com/

Details

Delegate Price £70.00
TSA Member Price £63.00