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Education Committee hears evidence on role of school governors

27 February 2013

The Education Committee will hold its second evidence session on Wednesday 27 February 2013 on The Role of School Governing Bodies

Witnesses

At 9.30am, Wednesday 27 February, Wilson Room, Portcullis House

  • Liz McSheehy, Chief Executive, SGOSS
  • Andrew Thraves, Publishing and Strategy Director, GL Education Group
  • Pat Smart, Executive Headteacher, Greet and Conway primary schools and National Leader of Education, National College for School Leadership
  • Dr Bridget Sinclair, Chair of National Co-ordinators of Governor Services and Governors Service Manager of Swindon Governor Services

At 10.30am

  • Michael Jeans, Chairman of the Haberdashers Education Committee, The Haberdashers Company
  • Mark Taylor, Director of Schools for Cambridge Education, Islington and Designated Director of School & Young Peoples Services, LB Islington
  • Nicola Cook, Governor Services Manager, Children and Young People’s Services, Buckinghamshire County Council
  • Chris Keates, General Secretary, NASUWT

Purpose of the Session

In the second session of oral evidence for its inquiry into The Role of School Governing Bodies, the Committee will hear evidence from national representative organisations, governor training providers, local authorities, NASUWT and The Haberdashers’ Company.

Further information

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